P.E.I. prices are now well above the national average,

P.E.I. prices are now well above the national average,

P.E.I. drivers will be paying more and the pumps tomorrow – a lot more.
The Guardian has learned gas prices will spike by seven cents per litre effective midnight tonight.
That will push pump prices to 127.3 to 128.3 cents per litre.
Full service prices will top 132.5 cents per litre.
The news isn’t much better for other forms of fuel.
Diesel prices will increase by four cents per litre.
Furnace and stove oil prices will also increase by four cents per litre.
The Island Regulatory and Appeal Commission will make the new prices official Friday morning, once the new prices take effect.
The new prices are effective 12:01 a.m. Friday, Feb. 1.
The next scheduled price adjustment is Feb. 15.
Gasbuddy.com, a website that tracks gas prices in Canada, says the average price at the pumps is 121.8, which means P.E.I. prices are now well above the national average.

Source
http://www.theguardian.pe.ca/News/Local/2013-01-31/article-3168269/Gas-prices-hiked-by-7-cents-per-litre/1

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