KINSHASA, Sept 5 Gabon's sole oil refinery in
Port Gentil reopened on Monday after a five-day outage because
of violence following the disputed Aug. 27 presidential
elections, Sylvain Mayabi, secretary-general of the National
Organization of Petrol Employees, told Reuters.
The 21,000-barrel-per-day Sogara refinery, in which French
oil producer Total owns a 43.8 percent stake, was shut
since Wednesday when unrest broke out after President Ali Bongo
was declared the election winner.
(Reporting By Aaron Ross, writing by Edward McAllister; editing
by Susan Thomas)