Maximum fuel prices are down in the province this morning after several weeks of increases for most products.
Gasoline motor fuel was decreased by up to 4.3 cents per litre (cpl) and diesel fell by up to 2.7 cpl.
For heating fuels, furnace and stove oils both dropped by 2.42 cpl, while propane tumbled 3.1 cpl.
On the Burin Peninsula, a litre of regular self-serve gasoline is $1.425, full-service is $1.455 a litre and diesel is $1.41.
Furnace oil now costs residents $1.0736 a litre, while stove oil is $1.1218 and propane is 82.5 cpl.
The Public Utilities Boardâ€™s next scheduled price adjustment is next Thursday.