Expect a bit of a shock at the fuel pump as OPEC cuts oil output.
Consumers across the country should brace themselves for gas prices to rise later Thursday or early Friday.
This would be the first time OPEC has cut crude oil production in eight years.
In two days of round-the-clock talks in Algiers, the group agreed to drop production to 32.5 million barrels a day.
Dan McTeague, a senior petroleum analyst with Gas-Buddy-dot-com says this news combined with retailers trying to restore profit margins, means some unsettled fuel-price days ahead.
The production cut would amount to nearly 750-thousand barrels-a-day less than it pumped in August according to McTeague.
In reaction, global oil prices surged early Thursday morning.
According to the Gas Buddy DOT COM website, fuel prices in Regina average at about 94.2 cents-a-litre.
Regina could see a 10-cent increase per litre, while Saskatoon could see around 7-cents a litre.