Energy Voice has delved into its archives for 2016 to bring you some of the top stories.
In October, it was revealed Baker Hughes was set to close one of its offices while consolidating others from its North Sea operations.
Meanwhile, incredible waves were captured from a Transocean rig.
The Conservative Party was accused of “washing its hands” of the oil and gas industry.
And hundreds of workers signed a petition calling from the resignation of the current Offshore Contractors Association (OCA) chief executive.
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