SAINT JOHN, N.B.- The reprieve at New Brunswick gas pumps was short lived.

The Energy and Utilities Board has increased the maximum price for self serve regular by three cents per litre to $137.2.

It’s the fourth increase in the past five weeks.

Most stations are now selling in the $1.33 to $1.34 per litre range.

The price for diesel is down by a half cent to $148.3 with furnace oil falling slightly by 0.2 cents to $124.4.

Propane is up by 2.2 cents per litre to $104.2.