MOSCOW, 28 Sep — PRIME. At one of the largest oil refineries in France, TotalEnergies, began to suspend work due to a strike, Thierry Defrin, a representative of the General Confederation of Labor (CGT) trade union, told Reuters.
“The reason for these measures was the strikes in Normandy, and the management of the enterprises eventually went for them,” he explained.
Earlier it became known that the Feyzin refinery with a capacity of 119,000 barrels per day, owned by TotalEnergies, was supposedly closed until mid-October.
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