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Gas prices plummet as UARB invokes interrupter

The UARB has invoked the interrupter clause, dropping the price for gas by 7.1 cents to 131.5
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Drivers in Nova Scotia are waking up to lower gasoline prices on Wednesday.

The UARB has invoked the interrupter clause, dropping the price for gas by 7.1 cents to 131.5.

Diesel prices were also impacted with fuel prices plummeting by 7.1 cents 130.8.

According to the UARB's website the board will consider using the interrupter when the market price for a product fluctuates by a range of +/- 6 to 8 cents per litre versus the weekly benchmark price.

The last time the interrupter clause was used in Nova Scotia was Mar. 20, 2021.



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