The revenue outlook for Oklahoma is a little brighter than was expected in late 2009 due to rising energy prices that increase the collection of oil and gas severance taxes.

The Tax Equalization Board last week certified a revenue estimate of $4.7 billion for fiscal 2011, which begins July 1. That’s $124.8 million more than was expected in the December estimate.

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