A botched attempt to reach an agreement on freezing oil production has pushed down crude prices.
Talks between OPEC countries broke off Sunday, causing some jittery movement on the markets.
GasBuddy.com’s Dan McTeague tells Winnipeg’s Morning News in the end, it may result in a minor jump in gas prices here.
“We could still see an increase in a penny or two simply because of the weakness in the Canadian dollar as a result of oil.”
McTeague believes gas prices will range anywhere from 90 cents to $1.05 a litre throughout the summer.