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Over 60% of French Refining Capacity Offline or Disrupted

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Strike action at TotalEnergies Normandy refinery – the largest in France - puts two-thirds of French refining capacity offline or severely disrupted.

  • Exxon and TotalEnergies have a slew of refineries facing strikes as well as damaged units amounting to 725k b/d of crude processing offline, according to data from Concawe; together they amount to about 63% of France’s total refining capacity.
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Strike action at TotalEnergies Normandy refinery – the largest in France - puts two-thirds of French refining capacity offline or severely disrupted.

  • Exxon and TotalEnergies have a slew of refineries facing strikes as well as damaged units amounting to 725k b/d of crude processing offline, according to data from Concawe; together they amount to about 63% of France’s total refining capacity.