From its traditional foundation in oil and natural gas, Oklahoma’s energy sector now features a robust wind-energy industry and other means of producing power that will help fuel its economy into the future, Gov. Mary Fallin said Monday.
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September 24th, 2012 · No Comments · Executive Branch, Organizations
July 5th, 2012 · No Comments · Executive Branch
Although Oklahoma finished FY 2012 well into the black gross revenue-wise, at a positive 7.7 percent, some parts of its economy bear continued watching, including natural gas prices and the drop in tax revenue that segment of the energy sector brings in, State Treasurer Ken Miller said Thursday.
">Fallin: With 10-month general revenue collections $350 million fatter than expected, it’s income tax-cut time
May 15th, 2012 · No Comments · Executive Branch
General revenue collections through April topped $4.55 billion or $353.6 million more than officials expected and $434.6 million more than the first 10 months of last fiscal year, officials said Tuesday. “This puts lawmakers in a great position,” said Gov. Mary Fallin. “Not only can they avoid the kind of widespread budget cuts we’ve seen [...]
">Energy industry contributes one of every $3 to Oklahoma’s gross state product, one-fifth of state personal income, says OERB report
May 9th, 2012 · No Comments · Executive Branch, Organizations
In 2011, Oklahoma’s oil and gas industry set off long-range economic activity estimated to make up $52 billion of the gross state product, or one out of every $3 in GSP, as well as $28 billion or 20 percent of state personal income, according to a new report issued by the Oklahoma Energy Resources Board.