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Oklahoma Voices: The Future of Energy in Oklahoma (Aug 21, 2008)
Concerns about the environment, national security and skyrocketing gas prices are causing business and political leaders to take a second look at alternatives to petroleum as a fuel source. Natural gas and nuclear power are gaining popularity, as are a variety of domestic and renewable energy sources like wind, solar and non-cellulosic ethanol from switchgrass. On the next Oklahoma Voices, we hear from US Congressman Tom Cole (D-Moore) and several alternative fuel experts and industry leaders about whatís on the horizon. Guests include Chesapeake Energy Senior Vice President Tom Price, Bergey Windpower President and Co-founder Mike Bergey, Oklahoma Corporation Commissioner Jeff Cloud, Devon Energy Chairman and CEO Larry Nichols and Steven Rhines with the Samuel Roberts Noble Foundation, which is conducting research into cellulosic ethanol.

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