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Labor unions say they will end strike actions at Chevron's three LNG plants in Australia

  • Labor unions have announced an end to their strike actions at Chevron's three liquefied natural gas plants in Australia, following the acceptance of an arbitrator's recommendation for resolving the pay and working conditions dispute.
  • The strike actions, involving 500 unionized staff, had impacted global gas prices and affected between 5% and 7% of global LNG supply. Chevron's plants in the Pilbara region account for this significant portion of the supply.
  • The Offshore Alliance, representing the unions, will work with Chevron to finalize the agreements, marking the conclusion of a years-long campaign for higher pay and better conditions at major Western Australian LNG sites.
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