Oklahoma Hopes for a Better Future After Bout of Poor Natural Gas Prices

Williamson, Richard
July 2002
Bond Buyer;7/18/2002, Vol. 341 Issue 31430, p4
Trade Publication
Forecasts an economic growth after the decline of natural gas prices in Oklahoma. Relationship between gas prices and government revenue; Collections of general funds; Gross production taxes on natural gas.


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