Oil workers ended a 72-hour warning strike at Brazilian state-led oil producer and refiner Petrobras a day early after a Labor Court judge increased fines for not adhering to an injunction prohibiting the walkout, the company and unions said late Thursday. “Petrobras informs that all of its units are operating normally,” the company said in a statement. “The strike has already been concluded at more than 95% of the company’s units.” Contingency teams were still in place where necessary, but the situation was “returning to normal,” Petrobras said. “There was no impact on production and no risk of fuel shortages” related to the strike, the company said. The Federation of Oil Workers and Sindipetro-NF unions also confirmed oil workers at offshore platforms, refineries and terminals voted to end the strike late Thursday. The move to end the walkout 24 hours early came after a Labor Court judge increased daily […]