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Union seeks renewed talks with Chevron in California refinery strike -Breaking

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© Reuters. FILE PHOTO A Chevron sign at a Cardiff station is seen in this file phot. It was taken on October 9, 2013, at one of their keep gas stations. REUTERS/Mike Blake

HOUSTON (Reuters] – This week, the United Steelworkers union (USW), seeks to renew negotiations with Chevron USW Official: Corp (NYSE 🙂 In response to a six-week-old strike in Richmond, California at its refinery.

After rejecting each other’s offer, the union and company have not met at the bargaining tables for two weeks.

B.K. said, “We’re going to meet this week.” White was the first vice-president of USW Local 12-5. It represents 500 workers, who struck on March 21st after they rejected a Chevron contract proposal for the second time.

Tyler Kruzich, spokesperson for Chevron, stated that Chevron had signed contracts with 34 workers in 35 locations. “We look forwards to continuing negotiations and the USW Local 5 so these can rejoin our workforce soon.”

Chevron continues to operate the 245,271-barrel-per-day (bpd) San Francisco Bay-area refinery with managers, supervisors and temporary workers.

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