The first 10,000 oil jobs will disappear here:

DNB has made a combined list of announced layoffs at oil companies working in the North Sea. Employers have at this point announced that around 9,500 employees will be laid off. The list of companies is long. Find the list below.

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9,551 employees in the oil industry look set to be laid off. In a new survey, DNB Markets has combined all the announced layoffs in the oil industry, and, including project staff, the total number of layoffs comes to 9,551, according to Norwegian newspaper Aftenbladet.

The survey was performed by stock broker Truls Oma Erichsrud of DNB Markets. He has also collected data from articles, though most figures were gathered directly from the companies in order to confirm the numbers, he explains to the newspaper.

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