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Updated fuel map: how are petrol stocks near you in France?

We show which regions are the most affected by shortages due to ongoing strike action at refineries

We look at how fuel shortages are affecting different regions of France Pic: Nakun / Shutterstock

[Updated October 19 at 15:20 to reflect publication of new figures for today.]

Around 21.9% of stations are now experiencing shortages of one fuel product or more as a result of the ongoing refinery strikes, compared to 24.8% yesterday and 30% on the weekend. 

Some regions however are still experiencing greater difficulty than others, with 37% of stations in Bourgogne-Franche-Comté seeing shortages, compared to 7.3% in Nouvelle-Aquitaine. 

Other more severely affected regions are Ile-de-France, Centre-Val de Loire and Auvergne-Rhône-Alpes. 

The map below reflects the percentage of petrol stations in each region which are experiencing a shortage of at least one product. 

You can compare the current situation with that of yesterday evening using the map below: 

To find out about stocks at individual petrol stations near you see our article here:

French fuel shortage: How to check stocks at your local petrol station

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