Business is booming in Oklahoma. Economic development projects are expected to bring in $3.7 billion along with 7,000 new jobs.
Premium Aerospace Center is relocating its international headquarters to Burns Flat, Pratt & Whitney is developing a new aerospace facility in OKC and Oklahoma State and its partners opened the LaunchPad Center for Advanced Air Mobility.
Tulsa has focused on attracting energy companies and new and emerging tech companies. Landris is relocating its headquarters from Austin to Tulsa. An Italy-based clean energy company, Enel, is investing $1 billion in a solar and panel factory, the largest economic project in state history.
– Staff Report, The Oklahoma 100