Company Overview of Public Service Company of Oklahoma
Public Service Company of Oklahoma engages in the generation, transmission, and distribution of electric power to retail customers in eastern and southwestern Oklahoma. It is also involved in supplying and marketing electric power at wholesale to other electric utility companies, municipalities, rural electric cooperatives, and other market participants. The company primarily serves paper manufacturing, timber products, natural gas and oil extraction, transportation, non-metallic mineral production, oil refining, and steel processing industries. It provides electric power to approximately 535,000 retail customers. The company was founded in 1889 and is based in Columbus, Ohio. Public Service...
1 Riverside Plaza
Columbus, OH 43215
Founded in 1889
Key Executives for Public Service Company of Oklahoma
Chief Accounting Officer and Controller
Vice President and Secretary
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2013.
Public Service Company of Oklahoma Key Developments
Public Service Company of Oklahoma Plans to Shut Down Two Coal-Fired Generation Units in Rogers County, US
Sep 27 12
Public Service Co. of Oklahoma (PSO) has notified state regulators about its long-term plan to eventually shut down two coal-fired generation units in Rogers County, US.
Public Service Company of Oklahoma Enters Agreement with U.S. Environmental Protection Agency on Emissions Reduction Plans
Apr 24 12
Public Service Company of Oklahoma has entered into an agreement in principle with the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, the State of Oklahoma and the Sierra Club that establishes a framework for PSO to comply with EPA regulations affecting PSO's two coal-fired generating units at its Northeastern Station in Oologah, Oklahoma. Specifically, the agreement addresses PSO's future obligations under the EPA's Regional Haze rule (RHR) and EPA's Mercury and Air Toxics Standard (MATS). Under the agreement, PSO would meet specified emissions rates at both Northeastern coal units, install certain emissions control equipment on one of the Northeastern coal units in 2015, and retire the other unit in 2016. The coal unit with the emissions controls would be retired in the 2025-26 timeframe. The agreement also will result in PSO withdrawing its lawsuit against the EPA regarding the Regional Haze rule. The agreement is the result of extensive negotiations concerning compliance with the EPA's MATS rule and it’s Federal Implementation Plan' for the RHR, both issued in December 2011. The parties to the agreement will work together to develop definitive settlement documents in the next 30-60 days. The settlement will then be subject to public review and comment. PSO will file with the Oklahoma Corporation Commission (OCC) an environmental compliance plan that reflects the agreement. The OCC must approve costs associated with the plan before PSO can recover those costs from customers.
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