Shell Plc said on Sept. 19 it has resumed producing and shipping LNG from its Prelude floating LNG (FLNG) facility, nearly a month after the oil and gas major and workers' unions reached a wage deal.

In late August, Shell and unions representing workers at the floating facility off northwest Australia reached the deal, ending a long-running strike that had shut down the 3.6 million-tonne-a-year facility in July and halted LNG supplies.


Shell, Unions Reach Deal to End Strike at Prelude FLNG Off Australia

The cargo shipment is the facility's first in two months.

"The enterprise agreement has now been supported by a majority of employees in a formal vote and is expected to come into effect in early October 2022," the London-based oil and gas major said.