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Increased manufacturing in 2004
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2005-02-07T10:00:00.000Z
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Turnover in oil and gas, manufacturing, mining and electricity supplyDecember 2004

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Increased manufacturing in 2004

Total turnover for Norwegian manufacturing amounted to approximately NOK 540 billion in 2004. This is an increase of 5. 9 per cent compared to 2003. Within the main industrial groupings, only capital goods experienced a decline.

Turnover within Norwegian oil and gas extraction sector was close to NOK 425 billion in 2004, a 20.4 per cent growth compared to 2003. This is mainly due to the high prices on crude oil in 2004. According to external trade figures the average price on crude oil was NOK 257 in 2004 and NOK 206 in 2003.

Turnover, main industrial groupings. Seasonally adjusted. 3-month moving average

Intermediate goods

2004 has been a year with growth in output and the capacity utilisation within the concerning sectors. This development has contributed to the steep growth of 15.2 per cent compared to 2003. Seasonally adjusted monthly figures from November to December 2004 were negative. Figures for refined petroleum products, chemicals and chemical products as well as basic metals had a negative impact on the overall figures for this particular industrial grouping.

Capital goods

Within the four main industrial groupings, only capital goods show negative figures when compared to 2003. This decline in turnover is mainly due to a decrease of more than 20 per cent in the production of transport equipment. The decline can also be seen when comparing December 2004 with November. Almost all industries within capital goods contribute to this fall in turnover. Again, with transport equipment leading way, declining a whole 14,9 per cent.

Consumer goods

The largest contributor within this main industrial grouping, food products, beverages, tobacco, show an increase of 1.5 per cent when compared to 2003. Even publishing, printing and reproduction is a contributor to the positive development, where consumer goods ended with an increase of 3 per cent overall when compared to 2003.

Statistics on turnover of oil and gas extraction, mining and quarrying, manufacturing, electricity and gas supply. December 2004
  Original series January-December 2004. NOK million Changes in per cent January-December 2003-January-December 2004 Original series December 2004. NOK million Changes in per cent December 2003-December 2004 Seasonally adjusted changes in per cent November-December 2004
The overall turnover 1 080 396 9.1 95 031 7.8 -6.0
           
Oil and Gas Extraction  424 647 20.4 35 464 5.7 -12.3
Manufacturing  538 210 5.9 46 575 8.2 -2.0
Electricity, Gas and Steam Supply  107 359 -13.1 12 278 11.6 5.2
           
Main industrial groupings          
Intermediate goods  204 810 15.2 15 675 14.5 -3.1
Capital goods  123 288 -5.3 13 055 0.0 -3.1
Consumer goods  181 755 3.0 15 101 5.2 1.1
Energy goods  570 519 12.7 51 200 8.9 -14.3