The Energy and Utilities Board is expected to make their weekly adjustments in gas prices at midnight. Industry experts are saying the decision could result in a mixed bag, of sorts.

If you're filling up with regular gasoline this week, then you could expect a break, however, that is not the same news for those whose vehicles use diesel.

Industry analysts are expecting a drop of a cent and a half for gas, but an increase of 2 cents per liter for diesel.

As of last week, the cost of self-serve gasoline is $1.30.09 per liter and the price for a liter of diesel is at $1.35.

It's been reported that most service stations are selling fuel for a few cents less than the posted, maximum prices.