Oklahoma Transmission Projects

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Michael Harris
Project Outreach Specialist
918-599-2553   |    mhharris@aep.com
318-673-3400


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Projects Pending Approval

East Lawton Transmission Improvements Project

Public Service Company of Oklahoma (PSO) representatives plant to invest approximately $23 million to upgrade the electric transmission system in the east Lawton area. Crews plan to begin construction in early 2022 and conclude by the end of 2022.



Approved Projects

Atoka - Hugo Transmission Improvements Project

Public Service Company of Oklahoma plans to upgrade about 55 miles of 138-kilovolt transmission line. The line stretches southeast from Atoka to Antlers before turning south toward Hugo.

Central Tulsa Transmission Improvements Project

Public Service Company of Oklahoma (PSO) representatives plan to rebuild and upgrade approximately 3.5 miles of 138-kilovolt (kV) transmission line. This project strengthens the local electric system and ensures reliable service for central Tulsa.

Clinton City - Weatherford Power Improvements Project

Public Service Company of Oklahoma and Oklahoma Transmission Company plan to rebuild approximate 15 miles of 69-kilovolt transmission line in western Oklahoma. Plans involve replacing wooden structures along the line route with steel single pole structures and installing new wires. The company expects to begin construction early 2020 and conclude early 2021.

East Tulsa Transmission Line Rebuild Project

Public Service Company of Oklahoma (PSO) plans to rebuild about 2 miles of 138-kilovolt transmission line. This project strengthens the local electric system and ensures reliable service for east Tulsa.

Eliza Creek - Shidler Transmission Line Rebuild Project

Public Service Company of Oklahoma representatives plan to rebuild approximately 41 miles of 138-kilovolt transmission line in Osage and Washington counties. Plans include replacing the wooden structures along the line route with steel single-pole structures and installing new wires. The PSO project team expects to begin construction Spring 2020 and conclude in Spring 2022.



Resources

State Operating Companies

PSO - Public Service Company of Oklahoma serves 538,000 customers in Oklahoma. http://www.PSOklahoma.com