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Oklahoma Gas and Electric Co. names new president

OGE Energy Corp.'s board has named Sean Trauschke as president of electric utility Oklahoma Gas and Electric Co. His appointment is part of the company's succession plan.
BY JAY F. MARKS Published: July 18, 2013

Sean Trauschke has been named president of Oklahoma Gas and Electric Co., as parent company OGE Energy Corp. begins to lay out its succession plan.

Trauschke, 46, has been chief financial officer of both companies since April 2009. He will continue to serve in those capacities as he takes on the role of president of the electric utility.

OGE Energy CEO Pete Delaney had been president since Danny Harris retired in December 2011.

“This promotion recognizes Sean for his proven leadership, his knowledge and experience in the industry and his contributions as CFO,” Delaney said. “Sean is committed to our culture, cares deeply for our members and is keenly aware of the strategic issues facing our industry.”

Delaney, 59, said Trauschke's appointment is an important part of the company's succession plan.

“Having a clear succession plan is key to OGE Energy's long-term sustainability,” he said.

Trauschke joined OGE Energy in 2009 after serving in a number of leadership positions at North Carolina-based Duke Energy Corp., which serves 7.2 million customers in six states.

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It's simply the first step in a long-term succession planning process. It's a valuable process that helps to create certainty and clarity for employees, shareholders, regulators and customers.

Brian Alford,
OGE Energy spokesman


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