LABOR STRIKE DELAYS NORTH SEA FIELD PROJECT

A continuing threat of unofficial strikes by contractors' workers in the U.K. North Sea has forced Chevron U.K. Ltd. to postpone a 20 million ($$38.2 million) program to install subsea isolation valves on oil and gas pipelines in Ninian field. First side effect of the Chevron action is a decision by a unit of British Petroleum Co. plc, operator of a 36 in. pipeline from Ninian to Sullom Voe terminal, to postpone a 10 million ($19.1 million) program to install a subsea valve on the trunkline

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