Increasing production in Oklahoma has quickly filled the capacity of existing pipelines. New proposals to expand our energy infrastructure will inject more money into local communities and employ local construction workers.
Barr said current estimates project the pipeline could cost as much as $1 billion and could create 1,000 jobs during construction.
“Opportunity is the key word,” he said. “There is a great opportunity for Oklahoma to tap that growing resource.”
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