Argentina’s government had hoped a collective agreement struck in January with producers, unions and Neuquén authorities would be a pivotal moment for the Vaca Muerta shale play. However, the deal appears to have caused a rift between Argentina’s private oil and gas union and the country’s general labour organisations.
The agreement will have only negative effects for Argentine oil and gas workers, Carlos Quintriqueo, a Neuquén-based union representative, told Interfax Natural Gas Daily on Tuesday.
"Workers will only receive changes [to conditions], layoffs and...
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