At 1.4 cents per litre (cpl), it’s a modest decrease for gas but a decrease nonetheless.
The max price for a litre of fuel on the Avalon Peninsula is now $1.15 after the Public Utilities Board dropped the price for the eighth-straight week.
Since Oct. 18, the price has dropped by nearly a quarter.
All other regulated petroleum products also fell in price.
Diesel is down 2.8 cpl, furnace oil slipped 2.69 cpl, stove oil by 3.09 and propane was reduced by an even four cents.
The next scheduled pricing change comes Dec. 13.