ExxonMobil has put in place some measures to sustain oil and gas production as personnel embarked on strike to back their demand for the reinstatement of sacked employees of the company among other demands, Vanguard reports.
Investigations showed that adequate personnel have been mobilised to offshore production platforms and loading terminals in order to guarantee production and export. A company source who confirmed the development indicated that adequate security has also been put in place to ensure their safety at work. “The strike has not affected and will not likely affect output as a result of the proactive measure the company adopted to mitigate the possible impact of the strike.” he said.
Nigerian workers at Mobil Producing Nigeria Unlimited, a subsidiary of United States’ ExxonMobil Corporation embarked on strike last Tuesday in protest over the sacking of workers and alleged non compliance of the company to Nigeria Content Act. The Petroleum and Natural Gas Senior Staff Association of Nigeria has indicated that it has withdrawn its members from the oil and gas installations belonging to Mobil Producing Nigeria Unlimited.