Question 1: (REVISED 01-28-2010)
Which fuel products are regulated in Newfoundland and Labrador?
Question 2: (REVISED 01-28-2010)
What is the schedule for maximum price adjustments?
Question 3: (REVISED 01-28-2010)
What is the relationship between crude oil prices and gasoline motor fuel prices?
Question 4: (REVISED 01-28-2010)
From where does the Board receive its pricing information?
Question 5: (REVISED 09-08-2011)
How does the Board determine maximum fuel prices in the province?
What's the breakdown for the price of a litre of gasoline motor fuel?
Question 7: (REVISED 01-28-2010)
Why doesn't NL see the same pricing movements as the other provinces in Atlantic Canada where fuels are regulated?
What do I do if I think I've been overcharged for my fuel purchase?
Why do international events affect fuel prices in Newfoundland and Labrador?
Newfoundland and Labrador has its own source of offshore oil and a refinery, so why aren't fuel prices cheaper here?
Why can't there be just one price for the entire province?
Question 12: (REVISED 01-28-2010)
Why do maximum prices for regulated petroleum products in some areas of Labrador not change during the winter season?
Question 13: (REVISED 01-28-2010)
Why does the price of heating fuel sometimes increase during the summer months when the temperatures are warmer and one would expect that consumption has decreased?
Question 14: (REVISED 01-28-2010)
Why is a winter blend necessary for some products?
Question 15: (REVISED 11-19-2009)
Does the Board regulate the price of propane used in barbecues or other appliances?
Why does it seem like fuel prices are quick to increase, yet they don't seem to fall as quickly?