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All-time high for Norwegian salmon
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2016-10-28T08:00:00.000Z
Agriculture, forestry, hunting and fishing
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fiskeoppdrett, Aquaculture, fish farming, salmon, rainbow trout, shellfish, char, cod, halibut, fish farm, hatcheries, hatchery-produced fish, operating licences, employeesAquaculture , Agriculture, forestry, hunting and fishing
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Aquaculture, fish farming, reared salmon. Sales generated NOK 46.9 billion in 2015.

Aquaculture2015, final figures

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All-time high for Norwegian salmon

In 2015, the first-hand value of Norwegian fish farming came to NOK 46.9 billion, up 6 per cent from 2014. The produced quantity was 1.38 million tonnes.

Aquaculture
Fish for food (tonnes)SharePer centFirst hand valuePer cent
2014 - 2015(NOK million)2014 - 2015
2015
Total1 380 841100.03.646 8645.7
Salmon1 303 34694.43.644 4396.3
Rainbow trout73 0075.35.82 221-3.6
Char2600.0:16:
Cod:::::
Halibut1 2440.1-1.014325.1
Shellfish2 7730.237.529103.2
Other fish species:::::

The final figures from Aquaculture 2015 show only minor changes compared with the preliminary figures (June 2016). StatBank is updated with final figures for 2015.

New conversion factor from 2000Open and readClose

Quantity is quoted as round weight. Fish that is delivered gutted is converted into round weight. The conversion factors from NS 9417 were adopted in 2000. The new conversion factors are as follows, with the old factors in parenthesis: salmon gutted with head - 1.125 (1.125), salmon gutted and decapitated - 1.266 (1.2857), rainbow trout gutted with head - 1.135 (1.125) and rainbow trout gutted and decapitated - 1.266 (1.2857).