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Pay talks start 18 may

This year’s negotiations for the collective pay agreements which the Norwegian Oil and Gas Association is a party to begin on 18 May. A number of settlements are due to be reached.

The talks will be conducted at industry level, which involves a full revision of all the agreements. About 19 00 unionised workers are covered by the negotiations.

Dates for the talks

18-20 May                      Land base agreements

23-25 May                      Land agreements

30 May-1 June              Offshore agreements

6-8 June                           Oil service agreements (OSA)

Owing to the tragic helicopter accident at Turøy, the start of this year’s talks has been delayed. They are now set to get going. Negotiations will be pursued with the Norwegian Union of Industry and Energy Workers (Industry Energy) and Parat on the land base agreements, and with Industry Energy and  the Norwegian Union of Energy Workers (Safe) for the land agreements.

Talks on the offshore agreements will be conducted with Industry Energy, Safe and the Norwegian Organisation of Managers and Executives, and on the oil service agreements with Industry Energy and Safe.

Negotiations over the offshore and oil service agreements primarily cover workers employed offshore. The offshore agreements apply to operator, drilling and catering companies, while the oil service agreements cover workers both offshore and on land in oil service companies.

News updates are continuously posted to the  Pay talks 2016 section of the Norwegian Oil and Gas website.

Jan Hodneland, lead negotiator, Norwegian Oil and Gas, mobile +47 913 41 301
Kolbjørn Andreassen, communication manager, Norwegian Oil and Gas, mobile +47 952 82 808