HomeEconomyStrikes resumed at two oil refineries in France.

Strikes resumed at two oil refineries in France.

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

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