Drivers in Nova Scotia can expect another increase at the gas pump this week.
That according to the president of Canadians for Affordable Energy Dan McTeague, who is expecting prices to rise by about one cent at midnight.
McTeague telling NEWS 95.7 hurricane Ida and the damage left in the storm's wake continue to impact prices.
"There's a lot of demand, especially now given what's happened in Louisiana where 13 per cent of refineries across the United States are offline and we've seen a resurgence in gas prices," explained McTeague.
Across the border in New Brunswick, that province's regulator moving the maximum price for self serve regular down by 9-10ths of a cent to 141.1.