Fuel Prices Down Across N.B.

Drivers in New Brunswick can expect to pay less to fill up their gas tanks this week after price adjustments made by the Energy and Utilities Board.

The new maximum price of regular self-serve is just over $1.59 per litre, a decrease of five cents. Diesel prices also went down by nearly 18 cents to around $2.23 per litre.

Most stations across the province sell both fuels for a few cents less.

Furnace oil costs also decreased by about 17 cents, ringing in at $2.01 per litre and propane got cheaper by 1.8 cents for a new price of about $1.15 per litre.

New Brunswick’s Energy and Utilities Board adjusts petroleum prices every Thursday night at midnight.