OGE Energy names John McDougal vice president, chief commercial officer of its Enogex Pipeline subsidiary

OKLAHOMA CITY, March 20, 2003 — OGE Energy Corp. has announced the appointment of John T. McDougal to the newly created position of vice president and chief commercial officer of the company’s Enogex Inc. subsidiary.

McDougal will coordinate all commercial activities of Enogex, a natural gas pipeline and energy marketing business with principal operations in Oklahoma, Arkansas and Texas.

McDougal has worked with OGE Energy in a consulting capacity over the last several months, assisting in the development of the company’s commercial plans. “John brings broad experience in our industry and has an excellent command of our competitive situation and our strategy for achieving our goals,” said Peter B. Delaney, executive vice president of OGE Energy and chief executive officer of Enogex. “We look forward to developing our commercial program under his direction.”

McDougal’s work experience includes natural gas exploration, production, gathering, processing, marketing, trading, transportation, energy management, business and project development, pipeline construction and operation, utility and merchant power generation, acquisitions and divestitures.

He has held positions with Reserve Oil Inc., TXO Production Co., Delhi Gas Pipeline Corp., American Pipeline Co., Olympic Natural Gas Co., Cleco Energy LLC and Covenant Energy Corporation.

McDougal was raised and began his career in Oklahoma City and currently resides with his family in Houston. He holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Business Administration – Accounting, from Oklahoma State University.

OGE Energy also is the parent company of OG&E Electric Services, a regulated utility serving more than 700,000 customers in a service territory spanning 30,000 square miles in Oklahoma and western Arkansas.

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