OG&E Distribution Control Center

Our Companies

Enable Midstream Partners
Oklahoma Gas & Electric Company, a subsidiary of OGE Energy Corp. (NYSE: OGE), is Oklahoma’s largest electric utility. For more than a century, we have provided customers in Oklahoma and western Arkansas the safe, reliable electricity needed to power their businesses and homes at rates below the national average. Our employees are committed to generating and delivering electricity, protecting the environment and providing excellent service to our more than 840,000 customers.

OG&E has 6,300 MW of electric generation capacity fueled by low-sulfur coal, natural gas, wind and solar.

OG&E is recognized as a leader in smart grid technology. The platform allows OGE to provide customers with the award-winning SmartHours® program for greater energy efficiency. Implementation of the smart grid also set the stage for an electric vehicle program. The program includes some level of public charging infrastructure and for advanced LED street and security lighting.

We are the largest single payer of ad valorem taxes in Oklahoma, most of which goes directly to fund public education. Our members live, work and volunteer in the communities we serve.

OG&E Energy Corp. | At-a-glance

267 Cities and Towns Served by OG&E
855,904 Retail Electric Customer Accounts

7,122 MW

of generation capacity

~55,500 circuit miles

of distribution lines

~5,200 circuit miles

of transmission lines
20000 Hours of Volunteer time by OG&E Employees
82,6 Million Paid Annually in Taxes by OG&E
Enable Midstream Partners
Enable Midstream Partners (NYSE: ENBL) is a publicly traded master limited partnership formed in May 2013 that owns, operates and develops strategically located natural gas and crude oil infrastructure assets. It is committed to increasing the quarterly cash distributions paid to unit holders through growth of the business.

Our Operations

Employees at Enable Midstream manage and operate the following:


12,900 miles of gathering lines


14 major processing plants
with approximately 2.5 billion cubic feet per day with construction on one new plant underway


≈7,800 miles of interstate pipelines (including Southeast Supply Header, LLC) with 8.4 billion cubic feet per day of transport capacity 

≈2,200 miles of intrastate pipelines


85.0 billion cubic feet of natural gas storage capacity
Click below to view the Enable Midstream system map and learn more about our culture.

Enable Midstream System Map