The Norwegian Oil and Gas Association and the Industri Energi union have finally reached an oil service agreement, ending a three-week strike involving more than 300 Norwegian oil service workers.
Strike | Offshore Post
The North Sea workers strike could be nearing an end after the two UK trade unions involved announced an agreement had finally been reached.
The Wood Group issued a joint statement with the Unite and RMT trade unions regarding the current dispute and recent strike actions by Wood Group workers on Shell North Sea platforms.
Unite and RMT trade unions have issued a joint statement with the Wood Group confirming they have agreed to resume talks to resolve the current dispute, in the wake of the latest industrial action involving Shell facilities in the North Sea.
Unite and RMT trade union members employed by the Wood Group on Shell’s North Sea facilities are set to stage another round of strike actions over the next week.
Nearly 400 offshore oil workers started a 48-hour strike on seven Shell-operated platforms in the North Sea yesterday morning, which is due to continue until later today.
Nearly 400 Wood Group offshore oil workers began a 48-hour industrial action at 6.30 AM today to protest against proposed pay cuts.
More than 300 offshore North Sea oil workers are set to start a 48-hour strike tomorrow, on August 4, against pay cuts proposed by the Wood Group.
Hundreds of offshore oil workers contracted by Wood Group are planning to start a second strike on seven Shell platforms in the UK North Sea.
Approximately 400 hundred North Sea oil workers have walked out of their premises at 06:30 this morning, following a strike action that is to last for 24 hours