Central Access to World Markets

Oklahoma’s transportation system ensures delivery to and from every corner of the globe.

Access to International and Regional Airports

Oklahoma’s central location makes it an easily accessible with connections to more than 88 million people within a 500-mile radius.

Affordable Utilities

Oklahoma is part of the Southwest Power Pool that provides cleaner, more reliable power, all at significant savings.

Quick Access to Interstate Highways

Easily access the interstate highway system and regional and international airports.

Infrastructure & Transportation

Central Access to World Markets

Oklahoma is well-suited to deliver and receive goods from around the globe. The state’s transportation assets make accessing suppliers and markets fast and cost-effective.  Located at the crossroads of North America – and with one of the largest inland, ice-free ports – means low business costs whether your supply chain is across the street or stretches around the globe.

Access to 88 Million People within a 500-mile Radius

Oklahoma’s central location makes it an easily accessible profit center with efficient connections to more than 88 million people within a 500-mile radius. Equidistant between New York, Los Angeles, Mexico and Canada, the state is ideally positioned to serve the United States, North America and world markets through a comprehensive network of air, ground, water, and rail transportation systems.

Access to International and Regional Airports

Drive Time to Regional Destinations

Access to BNSF Switching Yard

Affordable Utilities

We know energy, and you reap the rewards. Unlike Texas, Oklahoma is part of the Southwest Power Pool where our blend of natural gas, coal, wind, solar, geothermal, and hydropower sources provide cleaner, more reliable power, all at significant savings.

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