Electricity and natural gas utility company: OGE Energy Corporation (OGE) (1995)

OGE Energy Corporation (NYSE: OGE) was founded in 1995 and is headquartered in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, USA, with 2,453 full-time employees. It is an energy and energy service provider that provides electricity and natural gas distribution in the central and southern United States And related services.

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OGE Energy Corporation (OGE):

OGE=Oklahoma Gas & Electric, Oklahoma Gas and Electric Company, is a regulated electric company that provides services to customers in Oklahoma and Western Arkansas. OGE Energy Corporation is the parent company of Oklahoma Gas and Electric Company and the parent company of the natural gas pipeline company Enogex Inc.

OGE Energy Corp. is divided into two departments to operate: Electric Utility (Electric Utility) and Natural Gas Midstream Operations (Natural Gas Midstream Operations).

  1. The electric utility sector , which operates the transmission, distribution and sales of electric energy in Oklahoma and western Arkansas, is mainly operated through Oklahoma Gas and Electric Company (OG&E), a wholly-owned subsidiary of an electric utility, headquartered in Austria Klahoma, mainly specializing in related services in the Fort Smith area of ​​Arkansas.
  2. The midstream natural gas business unit is mainly engaged in natural gas collection, processing, transportation and storage business through its wholly-owned subsidiary OGE Holdings under Enable Midstream Partners, LP (abbreviated as Enable).

As of December 31, 2016, the power generation, transmission and distribution system owned and operated by OGE Energy Corporation, including 10 power stations with a total generating capacity of 6667 MW; and a power transmission system including Oklahoma There are 52 substations and 4898 miles of lines, and 7 substations and 277 miles of lines in Arkansas. OGE Energy Corporation Power Distribution System 342 substations, 29,278 miles of overhead lines, 2,690 miles of underground pipelines, 10,817 miles of underground wires in Oklahoma, and 30 substations, 2,782 miles of overhead lines, and 270 in Arkansas Miles of underground pipelines and 692 miles of underground wires.

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