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  • Manufacturing turnover fell in the second quarter of 2017

    Seasonally-adjusted figures showed that the total turnover in Norwegian manufacturing decreased by 1.3 per cent from the first to the second quarter of 2017. However, a 0.2 per cent increase was recorded from May to June 2017.

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  • Still difficult for petroleum-related manufacturing

    Norwegian industrial managers report a production decline compared with the first quarter of 2017, still driven by suppliers to petroleum related manufacturing. The general expectations for the third quarter of 2017 are positive among most of the ...

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  • Decreased sales of petroleum products

    Total sales of petroleum products amounted to 778 million liters, 21 million litres less then in June 2016. Sales of gasoline reduced sales by 5 million litres and total sales ended at 105 million litres. Sales of diesel amounted to 278, a 6 milli...

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  • Energy prices fell in June

    The decline in the PPI from May to June 2017 was due to a price drop on energy goods of 5.6 per cent. Lower prices on crude oil, refined petroleum products and electricity were the main cause.

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  • Stable manufacturing turnover

    Norwegian manufacturing turnover showed a marginal increased of 0.2 per cent in the period March to May 2017 compared to the previous three-month period. A 2.2 per cent decline was recorded from April to May 2017.

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  • Minor changes in manufacturing output

    Norwegian manufacturing output saw a minor increase of 0.4 per cent from March to May 2017 compared to the previous three-month period, according to seasonally-adjusted figures. On a month to month basis, from April to May 2017, manufacturing outp...

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  • Norwegian manufacturing 2016

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  • Further growth in globalization

    The total number of foreign-controlled Norwegian enterprises continues to rise, and the strongest growth is in Swedish and Danish ownership. However, enterprises that are owned from the USA contribute the most to value added.

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  • Increased sales of petroleum products

    Total sales of petroleum products amounted to 742 million liters, 22 million litres more then in May 2016.

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  • Upward trend in manufacturing prices

    The PPI fell by 0.8 per cent from April to May. This was to a large degree caused by a lower price of crude oil. The prices within manufacturing fell slightly this month, but have mostly been upward trending the last twelve months. 

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  • Oil and Gas statistics

    Documents 2017/24

    Norway found oil in the late 1960s, the emergence of the petroleum industry led to changes in the National Statistics system. The purpose of this report is to share both challenges and experiences covering petroleum activities in statistics produc...

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  • Increase in manufacturing turnover

    Seasonally-adjusted figures showed that the total turnover in Norwegian manufacturing increased by 2.6 per cent in the period February to April 2017 compared to the previous three-month period. A 1.3 per cent rise was recorded from March to April ...

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  • Minor growth in manufacturing output

    Norwegian manufacturing output increased by 0.5 per cent from February to April 2017 compared to the previous three-month period, according to seasonally-adjusted figures. From March to April 2017, manufacturing output went up 1.6 per cent.

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  • Oil-related downturn in manufacturing

    2015 was a tough year for Norwegian manufacturing. Most oil-related industries experienced a decrease in value added. At the same time, the exchange rate was favourable to exporting industries, for which value added went up. In total, Norwegian ma...

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  • Higher electricity prices for households

    The average price of electricity for households, excluding taxes and grid rent, was 34.3 øre per Kwh in the first quarter of 2017. This is 20 per cent higher compared to the first quarter in 2016.

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