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How to Launch a Native Energy Startup

How to Launch a Native Energy Startup

Tulsa-based Big Elk Energy Systems builds massive parts, the size of semi tractor-trailers, for use in the pipeline industry. Geoff Hager has some advice for potential Native entrepreneurs who want to follow his lead in starting up a successful energy-related company:...

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