The strike affecting oil services company Dowell Schlumberger on the Norwegian continental shelf is over.
A settlement was reached at midnight on 10 May, when the Federation of Offshore Worker Unions (OFS) signed a protocol with the company.
The accord means that OFS members in Dowell Schlumberger have accepted a zero pay increase for offshore personnel, which is in line with the terms agreed by other unions and employers.
Local negotiations will be pursued on pay for land-based employees.
The strikers will be returning to work as soon as practical.