Work stoppages at two of Chevron Corp.’s Australian LNG terminals have ended while union members finalize negotiations with the company after almost two months of labor disputes.

The Australian Workers’ Union (AWU), one of two organizations representing offshore and liquefied natural gas workers at Chevron facilities, disclosed Friday that the two labor groups have endorsed a deal backed by Chevron and federal mediators.

The Offshore Alliance, a partnership between AWU and the Maritime Union of Australia, “will now engage in drafting discussions with Chevron to ensure that the recommendations from the commissioner are accurately incorporated into the agreements,” the union wrote in a social media post. “During this period, industrial action will cease.”