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‘All-Of-The-Above’ Energy Strategy Could Start In Oklahoma

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By Caroline Evans, Hart Energy
March 27, 2014

TULSA, Okla. -- Oklahoma could lead the charge on developing an all-of-the-above energy policy, Col. Michael Teague, Oklahoma’s Secretary of Energy and the Environment, told participants at Hart Energy’s DUG Midcontinent conference earlier this month. The state ranks fourth in the nation for natural gas production, fifth for oil production and sixth for wind.

During his presentation, Teague defended Gov. Mary Fallin’s Oklahoma First energy plan.

“A lot of times, I’ll talk to oil and gas folks, and they say, ‘Please stop talking about wind,’ ” Teague, the first person ...


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