Fuel shortage: map of the stations concerned in France (in real time)

Map of stations experiencing fuel shortages

In recent days, several oil depots have been blocked by construction professionals. They are protesting against the abolition of the tax advantage for “off-road diesel”, known as GNR, which will take effect on July 1, 2020.

These blockages began last Thursday in Brittany and in the Sarthe mainly. Then the Donges and La Rochelle refineries were also added to the list since Monday, December 2. At present, the shortage is already significant enough since about 500 stations are already out of fuel.

Construction professionals were received Monday by the Minister of Economy and Finance to begin negotiations. Several proposals have been studied for many hours. But the government does not intend to reconsider its decision to phase out the tax advantage on non-road diesel.

Following the government's response, it is possible that the shortage will intensify in the coming days. For the moment, the main areas affected by the fuel shortage are Paris, Brittany, Normandy and Pays de la Loire. But the shortage is spreading quite quickly, due to people rushing to fill their tanks.

Here is a map that will allow you to locate the stations still in service, if you are concerned by these areas.
The yellow marks indicate service stations partially affected by the fuel shortage. While the red markers show the stations completely closed.

See the complete map of stations affected by the gasoline shortage

See the complete map of stations affected by the gasoline shortage

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