Strike movements that have engulfed several French refineries and fuel depots have resumed at the oil companies Total Energy and Esso-ExxonMobil (American), according to the General Union of Workers.
And CGT said: “Three of the six French refineries are still closed: the largest TotalEnergies refinery in Normandy, as well as two French refineries owned by the American company Esso-ExxonMobil.”
“We’re about 70% of the strikers, it’s the same workforce all weekend, so you shouldn’t move and nothing comes out,” CGT-elect Christoph Huebert told ExxonMobil.
In addition, at the TotalEnergies refinery in Fayazine (Rhône), Pedro Afonso, elected from CGT, told AFP: “At 6:00 in the morning there were 100% strikers in the cargo hold” and added: “Typically there are 250-300 trucks a day and 30 to 50 trucks, nothing comes out, even if the plant continues to produce.”
Source: El Iktisad