N.B. Gas Prices To Spike Again, Says Dan McTeague

It might be a good idea to fill up your car’s gas tank before the day’s over.

The president of Canadians for Affordable Energy believes regular self-serve gasoline in New Brunswick could spike by around seven cents per litre.

Dan McTeague also predicts Diesel to increase by six cents per litre.

Gas currently sits at around $1.83 per litre while Diesel is $2.40 per litre.

The Energy and Utilities Board will make price adjustments tonight at midnight.