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Further growth within electricity supply
Total investments continued to rise in 2012, mainly due to a strong increase in investments within electricity supply. However, estimates for 2013 show a moderate decline in total investments.
|Final investments collected in Q1 the following year|
|2012 / 2011||2011||2012|
|1Values at current prices|
|Manuf., mining and electric power||8.5||36 933||40 070|
|Manufacturing||3.3||18 849||19 463|
|Mining and quarrying||17.9||1 212||1 429|
|Electricity, gas and steam||13.7||16 873||19 178|
|Estimates collected in Q1 the same year|
|2013 / 2012||2012||2013|
|Manuf., mining and electric power||-2.8||42 060||40 876|
|Manufacturing||-6.7||18 717||17 464|
|Mining and quarrying||11.4||1 071||1 193|
|Electricity, gas and steam||-0.2||22 272||22 218|
Total investments in 2012 covering manufacturing, mining and quarrying and electricity supply amounted to NOK 40.1 billion measured in current value; 8,5 per cent higher than the corresponding figure for 2011. A strong increase in investments within electricity supply was the main force behind this improvement. However, investments in manufacturing also seem to be growing. Estimates for 2013 show a moderate reduction in total investments. Weaker results for manufacturing explain this decline.
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