It is still possible to register for the information meeting about the launch of the Oil Spill Response 2015 technology development programme.
The Norwegian continental shelf (NCS) has been placed on the watch list as a result of political decisions which create uncertainty for the petroleum industry. This is the main conclusion of a new international report from analyst IHS.
The Norwegian Oil and Gas Association is pleased that a settlement in the oil service area has been achieved through mediation, thereby averting strike action on the Norwegian continental shelf.
Friday 15 and Saturday 16 August have been allocated for mediation over the oil service agreement between the Norwegian Union of Energy Workers (Safe) and the Norwegian Oil and Gas Association, whose negotiating team is headed by Jan Hodneland.
“We’re pleased that the members of the Industry Energy union have voted in favour of the mediation proposal for the oil service agreement,” says Jan Hodneland, chief negotiator at Norwegian Oil and Gas.
“We’ve stretched ourselves as far as we can in the mediation process, and hope Industry Energy’s members will vote for the agreed outcome,” says Jan Hodneland, chief negotiator for Norwegian Oil and Gas.
Friday 4 and Saturday 5 July have been assigned for mediation over the agreement on pay and conditions for oil service sector between Norwegian Oil and Gas and Industry Energy. The Norwegian Oil and Gas negotiating team is headed by Jan Hodneland. Mediation with the Norwegian Union of Energy Workers (Safe) over the same agreement is sc...
“We are pleased that the Norwegian Union of Energy Workers (Safe) has chosen to accept the National Mediator’s proposed solution for the offshore agreements,” says Jan Hodneland, chief negotiator at Norwegian Oil and Gas.
“We’re satisfied to have reached a settlement with Industry Energy through mediation and thereby averted strike action,” says Jan Hodneland, who heads the negotiating team from the Norwegian Oil and Gas Association.