Last Week's Strikes Had No Impact on Petrobras' Production
The two labor strikes carried out this week, respectively by the "Norte Fluminense" Oil Workers' Union, in the Campos Basin, which lasted five days, and by the Single Oil Workers’ Federation (FUP) at other Company units, and which lasted 48 hours, had no impact on production or market supply.
During the movements, Petrobras set contingency plans into motion to guarantee production normalcy, security, control over operations, and supply.
Petrobras' management keeps a permanent negotiation channel open with its workforce, without relinquishing control over its operating areas.
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