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Strike Pause At Exxon’s Fos Depot, Strike At Port Jerome Continues


The French government has taken steps to requisition staff to ensure the functioning of Exxon’s Fos-sur-Mer petrol depot on Tuesday morning, while strikes at the Port Jerome-Gravenchon site continue, government minister Clement Beaune said.

  • The requisition is valid for 48 hours as needed, the French energy ministry said.
  • Fuel deliveries from four TotalEnergies’ refineries remain blocked on Tuesday and Production has stopped at the 240kbpd Gonfreville refinery while production at the 119kbpd Feyzin site is reduced, Total said.

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