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10916: Cargo, by port, direction, partner port and type of cargo (tonnes) 2013 - 2022

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From 2018, the figures for Longyearbyen also include some other ports on Svalbard. 'Norway - Unspecified, annual survey' is from the year 2016 divided into 'Unspecified, Northern Norway' and 'Unspecified, Southern Norway' and some smaller public ports. For more information, see 'about the statistics'. Sandessjøen Port is included in the figures for the Helgeland Port from the third quarter of 2018. Prior to 2019, stones loaded in Svelgen (Bremanger) were reported as other liquid bulk goods. The 2019 figures for the ports Austevoll, Brekstad (Ørland), Sømna, Fauske and two private ports in 'Northern Norway, unspecified' are estimated on the basis of 2018. In the data for 2022 some ports are missing data. For these ports 2021 figures are used instead. From 2022 onwards, Lyngdal has been merged with Farsund (Listerhavnene).


All reported ports, annual survey

Figures for 2020 and 2021 are corrected 29.9.2022.