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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