Earound a third of the Walloon service stations, about 400 pumps, face a shortage of fuel on Tuesday due to the obstruction of oil deposits by removing yellow costumes. "However, the situation can change from hour to hour, depending on the recharge and release of infrastructure"Olivier Neirynck, technical director of the Belgian Federation of Fuel Dealers (Brafco) said.
It is difficult to predict the evolution of the situation as the release of some occasional deposits is temporarily only adds Olivier Neirynck. According to reports, protesters returned to Wandre on Tuesday early in the afternoon after leaving the scene in the morning.
Other options in case of serious shortage
"At present, we are trying to focus on the dialogue to let the exhibitors know about some realities, including the need for fuel for emergency response services.He added.
However, Brafco has other options in case of serious shortages, such as the ability to escort trucks for refilling or releasing strategic stocks. "But this is an extreme solution that is not relevant", In Olivier's Neirynck Press.