OSLO, Oct 8 (Reuters) - Norway plans to spend 125 billion Norwegian crowns ($21.7 billion) of its oil revenue in 2013, or 3.3 percent of the fund's value, public broadcaster NRK reported on Monday.
Norway, the world's eighth-largest oil exporter, runs big surpluses when petroleum revenue is counted but has a structural deficit without the oil money.
Finance Minister Sigbjoern Johnsen calls the 2013 budget "tight", NRK said.
In a "normal year" up to 4 percent of the $650 billion oil fund can be used to plug the budget hole.
In May, the government saw this year's deficit at 122.2 billion crowns. ($1 = 5.7590 Norwegian crowns)
(Reporting by Victoria Klesty; editing by Philip Barbara)
Keywords: NORWAY BUDGET/