Operations resume at Equinor's strike-hit oil fields in Norway

Operations at oil fields Gudrun, Oseberg Syd, and Oseberg Øst have resumed after the Norwegian government proposed to solve the labor dispute in a court of arbitration. All fields are expected to return to full operation within days.

Photo: Ole Jørgen Bratland - Equinor/Digital

It proved a short-lived strike for the workers at three of Equinor’s oil rigs in Norway.

It began Tuesday and today - Wednesday - it was called off. The oil fields are expected to return to full operation within a couple of days, writes Equinor in a press release Wednesday.

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