— Hopper Smith, Brigadier General, ARNG (Ret.),
DOING BUSINESS IN OKLAHOMA
TOP BUSINESS FACILITIES RANKINGS: OKLAHOMA
|#3 Wind Power (Installed MW)||2023 State Rankings|
|Top 10 Film & Television||2023 State Rankings|
|#1 Most Affordable (Small; Under 50K Pop.): Muskogee||2023 Metro Rankings|
|#3 Most Affordable (Small; Under 50K Pop.): Ponca Citye||2023 Metro Rankings|
|#3 Most Affordable (Over 500K Pop.): Oklahoma City||2023 Metro Rankings|
|Top 5 Industrial Parks: MidAmerica Industrial Park (Pryor)||2023 Metro Rankings|
|Top 5 Most Affordable (Mid-Sized; Over 50K Pop.): Lawton||2023 Metro Rankings|
At its first commercial-scale li-ion battery processing facility, Blue Whale Materials will create 90 jobs in Bartlesville, Oklahoma.
The Oklahoma business climate is vibrant with growth of legacy industries like aerospace, invigorated with sectors in more nascent stages.
Enel has invested over $1 billion in Oklahoma to build a solar cell and panel factory bringing over 1,000 jobs to the state.
The logistics industry is a multi-billion dollar sector that connects producers and consumers to deliver the right products at the right time.
The 845,000-square-foot, world-class sustainment facility near Tinker AFB will serve as a depot operations hub for all the aerospace company’s military engines.
Laundris will relocate its HQ from Texas to Tulsa, McElroy adds a fourth campus in Broken Arrow, and the Muskogee City-County Port Authority builds economic momentum with a new brand identity.
Brent Kisling, Oklahoma Department of Commerce, shares how clean energy, central location, and strong workforce set the stage for success in the Sooner State.
The U.S. DOT has awarded Muskogee City-County Port Authority $23.9 million to address infrastructure needs at Port Muskogee; Oklahoma approved another $10 million.