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Good results for 2008
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2009-03-02T10:00:00.000Z
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Investments in oil and gas, manufacturing, mining and electricity supplyQ1 2009

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Good results for 2008

The final results for 2008 show further growth in total investments. However, new estimates for 2009 are significantly lower than the corresponding figures for 2008.

Final investments 1989-2008. Manufacturing, mining and quarrying and electricity supply. Mill. current NOK

Total investments in 2008 covering manufacturing, mining and quarrying and electricity supply amounted to NOK 49.4 billion, measured in current value. This is 23 per cent above the corresponding result for 2007. A significant increase in the total level of investments within manufacturing was the main reason for this development. However, investments within mining and quarrying and electricity supply also show significant growth. Estimates for 2009 are significantly lower than the corresponding figure for 2008. This is mostly due to weaker results for manufacturing.

Estimated and final investments. Manufacturing, mining and quarrying and electricity supply. NOK million (current value)
  Estimated 2007,
collected in Q1 2007
Estimated 2008,
collected in Q1 2008
Estimated 2009,
collected in Q1 2009
Final 2007,
collected in Q1 2008
Final 2008,
collected in Q1 2009
Manufacturing, mining and quarrying and electricity supply 38 844 46 810 40 998 40 220 49 588
Manufacturing  530  889  905  742 1 075
Mining and quarrying 24 565 31 369 25 151 26 835 33 658
Electricity supply 13 749 14 552 14 942 12 644 14 856

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As from the first quarter of 2009, a new version of Eurostat's industry classification, NACE, will be in use. Click here to read more about the implications for users, calculation and dissemination .