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Talks between oil companies, U.S. union intensify as deadline nears

Added 01-24-22 11:04:02pm EST - “Talks for a new national contract for U.S. refinery and chemical plant workers intensified on Monday between the United Steelworkers Union (USW) and oil companies, the union told members in a message seen by Reuters. Talks for the…” - News.yahoo.com

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HOUSTON (Reuters) - Talks for a new national contract for U.S. refinery and chemical plant workers intensified on Monday between the United Steelworkers Union (USW) and oil companies, the union told members in a message seen by Reuters.

Talks for the new pact began on Jan. 13 between the USW and lead company negotiator Marathon Petroleum, the union has said, ahead of the Feb. 1 expiry of an existing three-year agreement covering 30,000 workers across the United States.

In addition to the contract talks, which will set pay and benefits, USW locals are meeting refinery and plant managers to agree on local issues.

Monday’s message said BP Plc, chemical maker Ineos, Chevron Corp and Citgo Petroleum Corp were making "tough, concessionary demands" in local negotiations.

Last week, the Steelworkers said BP had made a proposal in talks at local unions for a no-strike period of up to 120 days following expiry of contracts..

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