Better performance from the state tax on natural gas production gets the credit for the slight increase in Oklahoma's March revenues, Treasurer Ken Miller said last week.

The tax on natural gas and crude oil production brought in $66.9 million last month, Miller said, almost at the level of March 2012 after falling for more than a year. Well owners are getting more for the gas so they are producing more, he said.

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