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Estimates for total investments covering oil and gas, manufacturing, mining & quarrying and electricity supply are now showing
a decline for 2017. The downturn is mainly due a decrease within oil and gas and manufacturing.
The total amount of waste in Norway increased by 7 per cent from 2013 to 2014. In 2014, a total of 11.9 million tonnes of
waste was generated. This continues the trend seen in recent years, with an increase by several per cent each year.
In 2015, Norwegian registered intermediaries of cabins arranged 1 080 000 overnight stays in private cabins and holiday houses
in Norway. Of this, 7 in 10, or 752 000, are foreign guest nights. Denmark had 243 000 guest nights and was the largest foreign
market in 2015.
In 2014, about one third of all shipments from establishments within mining and quarrying, manufacturing, sewage and collection
of waste and wholesale trade were sent from Oslo and Akershus to recipients around the country. This corresponds to 21.8 million
Compared with other countries, a large share of the population in Norway is in employment. This is mainly due to the fact
that many women work, but also because unemployment remains relatively low. This page provides further details on the employment
Investments in oil and gas, manufacturing, mining and electricity supply, Q2 2016