Since March 7, the sixth day of national and general mobilization against the pension reform, many sectors of the public service have been on strike. Among them are air transport, rail transport and also fuel refineries. Indeed, on March 18, the TotalEnergies refinery in Normandy, the largest site in France, was blocked. Since then, several refineries have followed suit and the CGT-Chimie continues to renew the strikes on these sites.

Five months after the strikes in the refineries, it could therefore be that we have to queue again to put in gasoline. Indeed, already the week of March 20, marked the first shortages on the metropolitan territory. Several departments were particularly affected by these renewed strikes in the refineries. In the Bouches-du-Rhône, there were 25% of service stations partially or completely out of fuel, according to figures from FigData. What about the week of March 27? Discover in our slideshow below the departments where the situation is getting worse.

For the week of March 27, Le Figaro notes that 16% of stations are in difficulty. Indeed, “15.6% of the country’s service stations did not have either gasoline (SP 98, SP95, E10) or diesel at 1 p.m. Sunday, according to calculations made by Fig Data”, specify our colleagues. of Figaro. Moreover, 52 departments have more than 10% of their service stations in difficulty. To prevent these situations, some departments had taken measures from Monday March 20 to limit the purchase and sale of fuel.

Indeed, prefectures have taken certain measures. Renewable orders impose a gasoline restriction. Until Monday March 27, vehicles cannot take more than 30 liters of gasoline each. This was the case in Vaucluse since March 23, or even in Var, where the situation is particularly critical. So, which departments to watch out for that may soon also face fuel restrictions?

Check out our slideshow below to see if your department is affected.