"Yellow vests" are still blocking Total's site access on Saturday morning in Feluy (Hainaut). Oil companies say there is no risk of fuel shortages. Police in the Mariemont area are on the scene. Dozens of protesters distributed fliers to automobile drivers to protest rising fuel prices. At the request of Total, bailiffs intervened to impose a fine for continued intervention. "We do not see the risk of fuel shortage," said Agence Belga, a spokesman for the Total group. "The situation is being analyzed progressively and we do not yet have a complete balance sheet, but we ask the driver not to rush to the pump without changing the habits of consumption," he added. "The yellow vest", the overwhelmed driver, wants to express dissatisfaction with rising oil prices, and dozens of protesters are expected to protest in Tognai on Saturday morning.
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