Production Flexibility Contracts payments in Payne County, Oklahoma totaled $4.6 million from 1995-2017.

Counties in Payne County, Oklahoma Receiving Production Flexibility Contracts payments, 1995-2017

Rank County Production Flexibility Contracts
1995-2017
Pct of
Total
Running
Percentage
1Texas County, Oklahoma$60,217,7736.2%6.2%
2Grant County, Oklahoma$56,354,0375.8%11.9%
3Garfield County, Oklahoma$53,735,8585.5%17.5%
4Tillman County, Oklahoma$42,188,0954.3%21.8%
5Washita County, Oklahoma$41,891,8674.3%26.1%
6Kay County, Oklahoma$40,114,6154.1%30.2%
7Kiowa County, Oklahoma$40,091,7904.1%34.3%
8Jackson County, Oklahoma$38,844,6394.0%38.3%
9Alfalfa County, Oklahoma$38,698,4094.0%42.2%
10Caddo County, Oklahoma$36,929,0033.8%46.0%
11Custer County, Oklahoma$35,641,3203.7%49.7%
12Kingfisher County, Oklahoma$33,185,6743.4%53.1%
13Woods County, Oklahoma$29,062,6073.0%56.0%
14Blaine County, Oklahoma$28,638,9932.9%59.0%
15Canadian County, Oklahoma$28,356,7692.9%61.9%
16Cimarron County, Oklahoma$26,655,1792.7%64.6%
17Beaver County, Oklahoma$24,368,1392.5%67.1%
18Noble County, Oklahoma$23,232,1232.4%69.5%
19Major County, Oklahoma$21,378,3842.2%71.7%
20Cotton County, Oklahoma$21,293,9512.2%73.9%
21Dewey County, Oklahoma$18,690,2321.9%75.8%
22Beckham County, Oklahoma$15,924,4651.6%77.4%
23Grady County, Oklahoma$15,221,2281.6%79.0%
24Harper County, Oklahoma$14,817,1611.5%80.5%
25Greer County, Oklahoma$14,657,4511.5%82.0%
26Woodward County, Oklahoma$14,552,1211.5%83.5%
27Harmon County, Oklahoma$14,480,8701.5%85.0%
28Ellis County, Oklahoma$12,272,2271.3%86.2%
29Logan County, Oklahoma$12,258,0151.3%87.5%
30Comanche County, Oklahoma$10,722,4001.1%88.6%
31Stephens County, Oklahoma$8,591,7380.9%89.5%
32Roger Mills County, Oklahoma$8,481,0860.9%90.3%
33Jefferson County, Oklahoma$7,803,4870.8%91.1%
34Ottawa County, Oklahoma$5,967,8910.6%91.7%
35Muskogee County, Oklahoma$5,252,7680.5%92.3%
36McClain County, Oklahoma$5,110,0620.5%92.8%
37Osage County, Oklahoma$5,096,7350.5%93.3%
38Wagoner County, Oklahoma$4,942,4710.5%93.8%
39Craig County, Oklahoma$4,634,4760.5%94.3%
40Payne County, Oklahoma$4,593,8530.5%94.8%
41Pawnee County, Oklahoma$4,133,1240.4%95.2%
42McCurtain County, Oklahoma$4,105,6650.4%95.6%
43Garvin County, Oklahoma$3,679,1790.4%96.0%
44Bryan County, Oklahoma$2,702,4850.3%96.3%
45Nowata County, Oklahoma$2,682,2990.3%96.5%
46Oklahoma County, Oklahoma$2,602,6550.3%96.8%
47Washington County, Oklahoma$2,438,9380.2%97.1%
48Love County, Oklahoma$2,095,6470.2%97.3%
49Rogers County, Oklahoma$2,094,6090.2%97.5%
50Pottawatomie County, Oklahoma$1,927,9430.2%97.7%
51Okmulgee County, Oklahoma$1,899,8820.2%97.9%
52Mayes County, Oklahoma$1,864,9600.2%98.1%
53Choctaw County, Oklahoma$1,722,8350.2%98.3%
54Cleveland County, Oklahoma$1,618,2170.2%98.4%
55Hughes County, Oklahoma$1,579,0070.2%98.6%
56Lincoln County, Oklahoma$1,443,9040.1%98.7%
57Le Flore County, Oklahoma$1,270,6400.1%98.9%
58Tulsa County, Oklahoma$1,256,0590.1%99.0%
59Delaware County, Oklahoma$1,097,8310.1%99.1%
60Sequoyah County, Oklahoma$997,9410.1%99.2%
61Carter County, Oklahoma$949,5030.1%99.3%
62Okfuskee County, Oklahoma$853,2180.1%99.4%
63Haskell County, Oklahoma$807,0940.1%99.5%
64Marshall County, Oklahoma$771,4960.1%99.6%
65Seminole County, Oklahoma$717,3150.1%99.6%
66McIntosh County, Oklahoma$683,5010.1%99.7%
67Pittsburg County, Oklahoma$610,3290.1%99.8%
68Murray County, Oklahoma$569,9990.1%99.8%
69Johnston County, Oklahoma$437,6620.0%99.9%
70Pontotoc County, Oklahoma$386,0330.0%99.9%
71Creek County, Oklahoma$334,8670.0%99.9%
72Atoka County, Oklahoma$187,5330.0%100.0%
73Coal County, Oklahoma$162,0110.0%100.0%
74Adair County, Oklahoma$94,6050.0%100.0%
75Pushmataha County, Oklahoma$89,0030.0%100.0%
76Cherokee County, Oklahoma$68,0420.0%100.0%
77Latimer County, Oklahoma$37,7870.0%100.0%

Source: Environmental Working Group. Compiled from USDA data.

 

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