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  • Strong investment growth in 2019

    Final investments for 2019 covering oil and gas, manufacturing, mining and quarrying and electricity supply increased by as much as 15 per cent compared with 2018. The growth is mainly due to high investments within the oil and gas industry. The l...

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  • Another year of high electricity prices for households

    The average price of electricity for households in 2019, excluding taxes and grid rent, was 48.7 øre per kWh, which is about he same level as the top listing the year before.

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  • Electricity prices drove PPI down

    The first month of the decade resulted in a downturn in the producer price index (PPI). The lion’s share of this downturn came from most of the energy goods. A smaller dip in the prices on crude oil and natural gas was joined by a larger fall in p...

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  • Manufacturing turnover at record level

    Seasonally-adjusted figures show that the total turnover in Norwegian manufacturing increased by 2.1 per cent from the third to the fourth quarter of 2019. On a monthly basis, from November to December 2019, the manufacturing turnover increased by...

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  • Flat trend in manufacturing output continues

    Norwegian manufacturing output was nearly unchanged in the fourth quarter of 2019 compared to the third quarter, according to seasonally-adjusted figures. The long term trend now shows an almost flat production development since June 2019.

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  • All time high wind power generation in Norway

    The wind power generation came to 5.5 TWh in 2019, 43 per cent or 1.7 TWh higher compared with the previous record in 2018. However, the hydro power still dominates the Norwegian electricity generation.

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  • Dampened optimism in manufacturing

    According to Norwegian industrial managers, the increase in total output has grown weaker throughout 2019. The general outlook for the first quarter of 2020 is considered to be positive by the majority of industry leaders, but the share of optimis...

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  • Petroleumdriven upturn in PPI

    The last month of the decade gave a large bump in the producer price index (PPI). This increase was mainly driven by the petroleum sector, while the electricity prices pushed in the other direction.

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  • Manufacturing turnover increases further

    Seasonally-adjusted figures show that the total turnover in Norwegian manufacturing increased by 2.1 per cent in the period September to November 2019, compared to the previous three-month period. On a monthly basis, from October to November 2019,...

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  • Flat trend in manufacturing output

    Norwegian manufacturing output was nearly unchanged in the period September-November 2019 compared to the previous three-month period, according to seasonally-adjusted figures. On a monthly basis, from October to November, there was a marginal dec...

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  • Effects of changes in electricity prices on the power-intensive industries and other sectors in Norway towards 2030

    Reports 2019/43

    In this report we study how future electricity prices will affect the power-intensive industries and other sectors in Norway by applying the model SNOW-NO (Statistics Norwayʼs World model – Norway).

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  • Increased production value – a temporary reprieve for the extraction industries

    The Norwegian oil- and gas industry had its second good year in a row because of higher oil- and gas prices in 2018. However, production is still decreasing, and the extraction industries are not showing signs of preparing for increased activity i...

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  • Price increase on all energy goods

    After two months of fall with marginal bumps in the Producer Price Index, November did see a somewhat stronger price increase. The increase of 1,7 percent in the total index was mainly a result of increased prices on all energy products.

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  • Manufacturing turnover increases further

    Seasonally-adjusted figures show that the total turnover in Norwegian manufacturing increased by 2.1 per cent in the period August to October 2019, compared to the previous three-month period. On a monthly basis, from September to October 2019, th...

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  • Marginal decrease in manufacturing output

    Norwegian manufacturing output had a marginal decrease of 0.3 per cent in the period August- October 2019 compared to the previous three-month period, according to seasonally-adjusted figures. On a monthly basis, from September to October, output ...

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