Oil major Shell said stocks have been replenished on one of its strike hit North Sea assets.
Workers had raised concern earlier this week after claiming they had been told to re-wear clothes and re-use towels as well as taking short showers while water stocks ran low.
The company said at the time some stocks had been running low on the Gannet platform as a result of a supply vessel being unable to offload due to poor weather over the weekend.
Staff on board had attributed the low stocks on the Gannet platform to the current industrial action.
A Shell spokesman said:”Shell can confirm that stock levels have been replenished on the Gannet platform following the transfer of cargo from a supply vessel earlier today.”
Seven platforms in the North Sea have been hit by strike action in the past two weeks in a dispute between Wood Group and workers over changes to pay and conditions.
Negotiations are said to be continuing between the two sides but no resolution has yet been reached.
An overtime ban was put in place two weeks ago and is expected to continue until further notice.