Some sectors in France continue with the strikes and these include the oil industry (and transport too as far as I know). This has caused fears of airports running out of fuel, though reserves are said to last at least until this weekend.
Police intervened to reopen some of the cut-off pipelines, though the efficiency of such intervention is yet to be seen.
Other sectors affected by the continued strike are transport (only some 50% of trains are circulating, the CFDT has called for "snail operation" to sabotage road traffic) and education (specially students, who are radicalizing the protests towards direct confrontation with the police).
Sources: BBC, Gara[es].
What is clear from the irregular but persistent strike in France is that workers still have the full capability to totally block the economy and force governments to make concessions or even eventually impel a revolutionary process. Police and armed forces may break some of the key choking points but they will not replace workers in the production process. A determined and coordinated action by the working class can effectively counter, quite easily, the greedy and selfish lobbying action by the capitalists and their grip of power resorts. The power of the working class remains critically strong after all these decades of Reganist illusory bubble.
The words of the Communist Manifesto still sound as strong and valid as when they were written some 160 years ago:
Workers of the World, Unite!