Western Australia has no plans to intervene in Chevron LNG dispute before industrial umpire
Western Australia state is closely monitoring the labour dispute between Chevron and unions at two liquefied natural gas facilities but has no plans to engage with the legal case before the Fair Work Commission, Australia's industrial umpire. “The state government is closely monitoring the situation and has no current plans to engage with the Fair Work Commission," a Western Australia government spokesperson said in an emailed statement to Reuters on Tuesday.
“The State Government expects Chevron to meet its domestic gas obligations." “We continue to urge the parties to work constructively together to find a solution to the industrial dispute.”
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