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Strike ends at Exxon's Fos refinery in France

Jul. 03, 2022 4:51 PM ETExxon Mobil Corporation (XOM) StockBy: Carl Surran, SA News Editor16 Comments

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Exxon Mobil (NYSE:XOM) said on Sunday that the workers strike has ended at its Esso refinery in Fos-sur-Mer in southern France and units that were shut down are being restarted, although it is not

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Strike by a French Unions when people are suffering with higher oil prices? Same Union that kept getting paid when XOM, was losing billions in 2020? Much lower inflation then in Biden world, BTW!
ComputerBlue profile picture
Frenchies were probably hoping the plant would close so they didn’t have to work.
Strike in France?! Who cares?
BIZUN1973 profile picture
What’s this? The shortest French strike in history?
What is it in barrel - ref. normal prod.? Per day. Guessing 200kbpd.
Slade_01 profile picture
@jupenya 7.33 barrels per metric ton, so refinery capacity of 7 million metric tons = a little over 140.5k bpd.
@911Slade Merci, so France refining is about 1.4 mbpd (Fos 10%).
Slade_01 profile picture
@jupenya More like 1.25 mbpd, which is down 40% from 2009 from closing 5 since then.
ExxonMobil responded to the strikers 🖕
kingRIG2.0 profile picture
@nicholas__t01 Exxon can’t afford to pay more lol
@kingVRX the employees don't deserve more
Slade_01 profile picture
@nicholas__t01 Being French, they should work for free to thank us that they are not currently speaking German (as opposed to Arabic).

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