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Fuel: why you have trouble filling up in Île-de-France


Highlights: TotalEnergies' sub-contractors are causing fuel shortages in the region. 22% of service stations in Val-de-Marne and 20% in Hauts- de-Seine are experiencing problems. The rest of the region is experiencing less problems, according to the French Ministry of Energy and Climate Change (MOECC) The MoECC says it is investigating the cause of the fuel shortages, which are expected to last until the end of the month. For confidential support call the Samaritans on 08457 90 90 90 or visit a local Samaritans branch, see for details.

A social movement among TotalEnergies' subcontracted carriers disrupts supplies to the company's service stations

Since the beginning of the week, you may have had difficulty filling up in Île-de-France. Especially if you've stopped at a TotalEnergies station. A social movement by the oil company's subcontractors is disrupting the supply of fuel in the region.

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According to data available on the government website, updated on Wednesday morning, December 6, 22% of service stations were in difficulty in Val-de-Marne, 21% in the neighbouring department of Seine-Saint-Denis and 20% in Hauts-de-Seine. Difficulties include the fact that the establishment is unable to provide at least one type of fuel. The Ile-de-France departments in the outer suburbs are experiencing a little less problems, as is Paris itself.

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Source: leparis

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