Gasoline prices climb nearly 9 cents in New Brunswick, diesel up 14 cents – New Brunswick

Gasoline prices in New Brunswick jumped 8.7 cents on Thursday, rising for the second week in a row.

New Brunswickers now pay a maximum of $1.76 per liter for self-serve regular gasoline.

This comes as prices have already increased last Thursday, from $1.62 per liter to $1.67.

The cost of diesel has also increased.

Ultra-low sulfur diesel now costs up to $2.51 a liter at the pump, up 14.2 cents from the previous day.

Gas prices remain volatile around the world, fueled by Russia’s war in Ukraine and the global rebound from the COVID-19 pandemic.

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