Company Overview of Oklahoma Gas and Electric Company
Oklahoma Gas and Electric Company generates, transmits, distributes, and sells electric energy in Oklahoma and western Arkansas. It produces electricity through coal-fired, natural gas-fired, and wind-powered power plants. As of December 31, 2014, the company owned and operated an interconnected electric generation, transmission, and distribution system, which included 10 generating stations with an aggregate capability of 6,845 megawatts. Its transmission system comprised 53 substations with a total capacity of 13.0 million kilovolt-amps and 4,888 structure miles of lines in Oklahoma; and 7 substations with a total capacity of 2.4 million kilovolt-amps and 277 structure miles of lines in Ar...
321 North Harvey
PO Box 321
Oklahoma City, OK 73101
Founded in 1902
Key Executives for Oklahoma Gas and Electric Company
Chairman, Chief Executive Officer, Chairman of OGE Energy and Chief Executive Officer of OGE Energy
Chief Accounting Officer, Controller, Chief Accounting Officer of OGE Energy Corp and Controller of OGE Energy Corp
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2015.
Oklahoma Gas and Electric Company Key Developments
Oklahoma Gas & Electric Co. Wins $19,180,548 Federal Contract
Aug 15 15
Oklahoma Gas & Electric Co., Oklahoma City, was awarded a $19,180,548 federal contract modification by the U.S. Air Force Sustainment Center, Tinker Air Force Base, Oklahoma, for the installation of water treatment, lighting, heating, ventilation and air conditioning systems at the central utility plant at Tinker Aerospace Complex.
Oklahoma Gas and Electric Co. Intends to Pass on $4.3 Million Wind Legal Settlement
Apr 6 15
Oklahoma Gas and Electric Co. wants consumers to pay $4.3 million in extra fuel charges on their bills as part of a legal settlement over charges of wind curtailment at a project in Woodward County. In 2030, CPV Keenan has a 20-year power purchase agreement with OG&E at its 152MW wind farm that expires. In August 2013, the firm filed a lawsuit against OG&E, claiming utility did not pay it for curtailment charges when wind farm was in operation but transmission issues caused it not to be able to push electricity out to the grid. The company said in a legal filing, Beginning shortly after the wind farm began operations in late 2010, OG&E repeatedly curtailed the delivery of energy from the Keenan Wind Farm. When CPV invoiced OG&E for the curtailed energy, OG&E refused to pay.
E. Keith Mitchell Joins Oklahoma Gas and Electric Company as Chief Operating Officer
Jan 7 15
E. Keith Mitchell, Executive Vice President and Chief Operating Officer of Enable GP, LLC, the general partner of Enable Midstream Partners, LP notified the partnership on January 6, 2015, that he is resigning effective January 31, 2015 to become Chief Operating Officer of Oklahoma Gas and Electric Company.
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