Chevron Corp. disclosed it has agreed to the terms of a deal with union workers at its Australia LNG facilities that was brokered by the country’s Fair Work Commission (FWC).

Union workers at Chevron’s Gorgon and Wheatstone liquefied natural gas facilities in Western Australia have been escalating tactics since labor action started earlier this month, instituting 24-hour work stoppages and directing members not to load tankers. After union members refused a direct offer from Chevron, the company requested that the FWC mediate negotiations.

The two sides were expected to meet for a hearing Friday, but negotiations may end if the unions agree to the terms of the deal presented by FWC member Bernie Riordan.

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