Gasoline Dips Below the Dollar Mark
Prince George, B.C. – The recent up and down cycling of gasoline prices sees provincial and national averages on the way up while prices in Prince George are falling.
Following the past few weeks of local prices ranging anywhere from $1.07.9 to upwards of $1.13 per litre, depending where you shop, we have a couple of stations in town charging just under a dollar per litre. Costco and the Petro Can on 20th had a pump price of 99.9 cents Friday while the majority of outlets in the city are charging $1.03.9 or $1.04.9.
The B.C. average price sits at $116.7 and rising while the national average, which is also on the way up, stand at $1.05.5. Crude oil is currently going for $56.56 US/barrel.