Blocking and oil strike, no risk of shortage they were saying?

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Re: Blocking and oil strike, no risk of shortage they were saying?




by Christophe » 29/05/16, 13:49

This is obviously option b): http://www.lemonde.fr/societe/article/2 ... _3224.html

This article already dates from last Tuesday ...
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Re: Blocking and oil strike, no risk of shortage they were saying?




by Did67 » 29/05/16, 16:24

1) There were releases of "force" deposits ...

2) There is also that once everyone is full, we do not go back the next day! It was not possible, mathematically, for the regions concerned to consume 3 times more, in a sustainable way!

3) Yes, strategic stocks have been used, but above all to bring the delivery points closer to the stations: there is a much better network of strategic deposits than ordinary deposits, often linked to refineries (or former closed refineries). Trucks rotate faster ...
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