A gallon of 95 octane gasoline will rise 15 cents to $2.85 (75 cents a liter), 91 octane will rise 17 cents to $2.70 (71 cents a liter) and diesel will rise 21 cents to $2.57 (68 cents a liter).
This is the second consecutive price increase after eight straight declines.
The increase is likely due to a slight increase in the global price of oil, which has been in a free fall since last year, but which has slightly rebounded, to climb back above $60 per barrel. However, that is almost half of its high of last year of $107 per barrel.
Another factor impacting local prices is refinery issues in the United States, as well as economic forces.
The prices will go into effect at 6 a.m. and last for two weeks.