Niger strike ends; early negotiations start

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CNPC LogoThe strikers at CNPC’s block in Niger ended their strike over working conditions after the company offered to open negotiations.

The workers launched the strike on December 12 and were set to strike for 48-hours, but CNPC’s offer ended the strike early.

“Work began after a 24-hour strike because the employer met us during the afternoon of the first day and said they were willing to open negotiations,” said Idrissa Hassane, a spokesman for the union.

Negotiations began on December 17 Hassane added.

 

[Petroleum Africa]

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