Our Culture

Our Culture

Our pride is embodied in our vision, mission, values and beliefs.

Ask an OGE Energy Corp. member about the company’s culture, and you’ll get a variety of responses. For some it’s about supplying and delivering a vital product – electricity—that ensures the safety, security and well-being of those around us. For others, it’s about supporting and giving back to the communities we serve through social and environmental responsibility. And for others still it’s about innovation in the way we deliver energy by offering customers a variety of options for where their electricity comes or helping them use energy wisely so they can better manage their household budget. 

But no matter which OGE Energy member you ask, one word stands out: PRIDE. We’re proud that the energy we deliver gives people comfort, safety and security. We’re proud that we live and work in Oklahoma and northwestern Arkansas and support the communities we serve. We’re proud of our strong record of low-cost, reliable power—24 hours a day, 7 days a week—and our ability to respond safely, effectively and efficiently when our communities face emergency situations such as severe storms or manmade disasters.

Our pride is embodied in our vision, mission, values and beliefs.

Our Vision

The industry leader with a passion for helping customers, developing members and delivering stockholder value

Our Mission

Safely provide reliable electricity and related services vital to our communities at a reasonable cost

Our Values and Beliefs

We fulfill our vision, mission, values and beliefs in our actions both at work and at home.

 Public Service in Action

The May 3, 1999 tornado that swept through the town of Mulhall, OK, devastated the community. Since then, the lights had been out at the local ball park. That meant no games after dark, no fundraiser tournaments and more expensive out-of-town travel for the local teams. OG&E stepped in to help: Positive Energy in Public Service  

Teamwork in Action

Whether it’s a senior citizen’s home in need of repair or coming up with truckloads of new bicycles for children in need for Christmas, OG&E’s Public Service Leader team in Enid is always ready to help. Positive Energy in Teamwork  

Individual Safety and Well-being in Action

Meals on Wheels volunteers deliver thousands of meals every week. These lunches are a lifeline for Oklahoma’s most vulnerable citizens. Several OG&E employees have joined forces with this non-profit organization. For a few employees, their regular delivery turned into a life-saving mission. Positive Energy for Individual Safety and Well-being

Our Code of Ethics    

Our values, and in particular our commitment to integrity, are embodied in our Code of Ethics. The code contains specific guidelines governing how we work and helps us respond appropriately in situations where the correct course of action may not be clear. Our directors, officers and members are expected to maintain our reputation for integrity and to act only with the highest standards of ethical conduct.

We also require ethical conduct from those we do business with and expect our suppliers, vendors, and contractors to abide by our Code of Ethics as well.