Tax incentives aimed at increasing Oklahoma oil and gas activity may have outlived their short-lived usefulness, the state's chief financial officer said Wednesday.

Several energy industry incentives cost Oklahoma a total of $321 million in lost revenue in fiscal 2013, Finance Secretary Preston Doerflinger.

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