Meanwhile, several deposits have been made available.
Six refineries stopped. “No refinery is not blocked, but six are on strike,” the eight that include France, said this morning on RMC, Emmanuel Lepine (CGT-Oil). “We will not move until the Labour Act will not be withdrawn. It will last at least the whole week, “he added.
Refineries Total Gonfreville-l’Orcher (Seine-Maritime), Donges (Loire-Atlantique) Grandpuits (Seine-et-Marne), Feyzin (city of Lyon) and Provence-la-Mede (Bouches-du-Rhône) and the Petroineos refinery Laréva in Martigues (Bouches-du-Rhône), are concerned , explains France info.
lock filing Fos-sur-Mer. Several hundred activists CGT block from the night of Sunday to Monday the fuel depot of Fos-sur-Mer (Bouches-du-Rhône). “We want the withdrawal of the Labour Law,” said the departmental secretary of the CGT 13 Maxime Picard, from the dam at the entrance of Fos. He says that about 500 militants are present.
Use of law enforcement. “We are determined that there is no shortage in France,” said Sunday the Prime Minister, Manuel Valls, told reporters during a visit to Israel. “We will continue to evacuate a number of sites including deposits,” he said on BFM TV and i24 News channel.
Asked Monday on i & gt; TV, Michel Sapin, Minister of Finance, believes that there are blockages that are “not legitimate”. “We need to avoid taking the French hostage. It was a CGT that hardened and that is only in the protest, “he said.
” We will create conditions for that tomorrow (on Monday ) and massively, these deposits can work again, “added the Secretary of State for Transport, Alain Vidal, on France 2, distinguishing deposits with employees’ exercise their right to strike” those “whose access is forbidden by people outside, make dams. “
During the weekend, the CRS include intervened to release the deposits of Dunkirk (North), Rouen (Seine maritime) and Lorient (Morbihan).
Many of supply difficulties. 1500 service stations on the 12,000 in the country would be in a situation of partial or total shortage. The north and west of France are the most affected by the gas supply difficulties areas. Moreover, for fear of a shortage, many motorists rushed to the pumps, some gas stations recording a consumption “three times higher than average,” according to Laurent Michel, Director General of the Energy and Climate, the Ministry of Environment. This rush has compounded the difficulties. About 2200 service stations operated by Total in France, 390 were in partial or total break Sunday, including 76 in Ile-de-France, 73 in the Nord-Pas-de-Calais, 60 in Britain and much of Normandy, said the french group.
in the north, if the deposit of Dunkirk (North) was released Sunday, that of Haulchin (Nord) remains blocked on Monday morning, reports “Voice of North”. Similarly, if the deposit coastal oils (DPC) of Saint-Pol-sur-Mer (North) is released, the strike endures Institution of Flanders Total Mardyck (Nord) where the valves will not reopen until Tuesday less than 14 hours.
In the West, while most deposits were released Sunday, the situation should not be normal right away, as emphasized “Ouest France”. For one, many carriers do not work on Sunday and many stations do not have staff that day for the same reasons, secondly, it just takes time to make deliveries in all service stations.
in the Puy-de-Dôme, blocking filing Cournon, was lifted by the police early Monday morning. The intervention of 70 mobile police has proceeded smoothly, reports “Mountain.”
In Ile-de-France, dozens of stations have already been affected on Sunday by a partial or total shortage. Seven have thus closed in the Yvelines and Essonne in twenty-five.
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