Another big increase in the price for gasoline is on the horizon in Nova Scotia.
Managing partner and market analyst with Price Street Rory Johnson is expecting to see prices rise by about 8 cents overnight.
Johnston says the bad news doesn't end there.
"If this holds, given the degree of volatility we're seeing, there's probably another 15 to 20 cents on the gas price," Johnston said.
On Wednesday the UARB used the interrupter clause on diesel prices moving them up by 9.3 cents, but did not adjust gasoline prices.
Across the border in New Brunswick, that province's regulator moving the price for gasoline down by 7.7 cents overnight to 173.3.