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- Oklahoma was the fourth-largest crude oil producer among the states in 2019, and it accounted for nearly 5% of the nation’s crude oil production.
- As of January 2019, Oklahoma had 5 operable petroleum refineries with a combined daily processing capacity of almost 523,000 barrels per day, nearly 3% of the total U.S. capacity.
- Oklahoma had the fourth-largest gross withdrawals of natural gas among the states in 2019 and accounted for about 9% of the nation’s marketed production.
- The benchmark price in the domestic spot market for the U.S. crude oil known as West Texas Intermediate (WTI) is set at Cushing, Oklahoma, home to about 15% of the nation’s commercial crude oil storage capacity.
- In 2019, Oklahoma ranked second after Texas in total electricity net generation from wind and was third in wind’s share of state generation after Iowa and Kansas. Wind supplied nearly 35% of Oklahoma’s net generation, more than any other source.
- Learn more about Oklahoma Energy
- OK Commerce announces Energy Consortium – Nov 2019
- Individual Career Academic Plan (ICAP)
- Electric Perspective Magazine Article
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