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Equinor’s Strike-Affected Fields Resume Production

After a strike by members of the Norwegian Organization of Managers and Executives (Lederne) was called off, the Gudrun, Oseberg South, and Oseberg East fields have started production.

Strike Forces Equinor to Begin Shutting Down Its Norwegian Oilfields

Due to a strike by members of the Norwegian Organization of Managers and Executives (Lederne), Equinor has shut down the Gudrun, Oseberg South, and Oseberg East fields.

S Africa: Coal Drivers Protest Over Renewable Energy Contracts

Several coal transporting trucks blocked highways in South Africa's capital on Monday to protest against the country's renewable power programme after President Jacob Zuma showed support for the sector in speech to p ...

Nigeria to Face Possible Gas Strike

Petroleum and Natural Gas Senior Staff Association of Nigeria, PENGASSAN, has threatened to resume its suspended strike if the federal government refuses to enforce the implementation of an agreement reached among th ...

South African Energy Workers Call for Strike over Wages

The Chemical, Energy, Paper, Printing, Wood and Allied Workers Union (CEPPWAWU) said that South African energy workers plan to strike over wages at the end of July. The strike would affect the crude oil refineries an ...

Nigeria: Oil Workers Call Off Strike Action

Nigerian workers have suspended their industrial strike following several hours of talks with government officials.

Nigeria: Oil Union Leaders, Government Discuss Strike Issues

Nigeria's government officials held talks with leaders of Nigerian trade union, who are on strike, in efforts to resolve the dispute.

Norway Faces Risk of Oil Strikes

Norway's oil and gas biggest Unions are threatening with a strike –that would affect eight North Sea platforms run by Royal Dutch Shell– if the companies do not meet their expectations over wages and working conditio ...

French Strikes: Fuel Supply Improving, But Crisis Not Over

In France, the strikes at oil refineries as part of an ongoing standoff with the government over labour reforms are affecting the supply. More than half the country’s 10,250 filling stations running were low on stocks.

Fuel Deliveries from Niger’s Refinery Disrupted by Strike

Fuel deliveries from Niger's only oil refinery were disrupted by the start of a three-day strike over working conditions and pay, a local union official said.

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