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Central government revenue and expenditure2014

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Few changes in approved budget

In the 2014 approved central government budget the total revenue amounts to NOK 1 293 billion, while expenditure totals NOK 1 116 billion. This is approximately the same as the budget proposal that was presented in November last year.

Central government fiscal account including National Insurance Scheme. Revenue and expenditure. Annual figures. NOK Million.
Account Budget
2011 2012 2013 2013 2014
A. TOTAL REVENUE 1 223 524 1 290 735 . 1 314 840 1 293 028
Sales revenue 21 513 22 481 . 17 178 18 481
Operating surplus extraction of petroleum 125 820 148 446 . 129 000 115 500
Depreciation etc. extraction of petroleum 16 862 19 502 . 22 000 22 800
Depreciation etc. other central government enterprises 2 222 1 992 . 1 770 1 802
Other revenue from fixed capital formation 374 524 . 286 335
Total transfers 1 056 733 1 097 790 . 1 144 606 1 134 110
 
B. TOTAL EXPENDITURE 952 122 996 144 . 1 065 319 1 116 399
Operating costs 139 589 144 030 . 158 057 160 281
Total fixed capital formation 47 153 52 884 . 62 534 71 968
Total transfers 765 380 799 230 . 844 728 884 150
 
C. SURPLUS BEFORE NET TRANSFERS TO THE GOVERNMENT PENSION FUND - GLOBAL 271 402 294 591 . 249 521 176 629

Central government revenue has decreased by NOK 22 billion, or 1.7 per cent, compared to the approved budget for 2013. Expenditure has increased by NOK 59 billion, which is an increase of 4.7 per cent from the previous year.

Surplus before net transfers to the Government Pension Fund Global is NOK 177 billion in the 2014 budget. This is a decrease of NOK 73 billion compared to the approved budget for 2013.