Oklahoma

Oklahoma Corporation Commission

(OCC)

services regulated
Electricity Natural Gas Gas Pipelines and Safety Transportation

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Commissioners

Number of Seats3
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Bob Anthony

Republican
Chairman | Elected
405-521-2261
Term Start
Term End
Years of Service
NARUC PositionBoard of Directors Member

NARUC Committees

  • Committee on Gas
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Todd Hiett

Republican
Elected
405-521-2264
Term Start
Term End
Years of Service
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Dana Murphy

Republican
Elected
405-521-2267
Term Start
Term End
Years of Service

NARUC Committees

  • Committee on Electricity

Commissioner Selection Details

Selection Method Elected
Chairperson Selection
Appointment Process
Term length 6 Years
Term limit
Election method Public
Election Cycle Staggered, Every two years (even)
Bipartisan Requirement None

Bipartisan Requirement

None

Commissioner Prequalifications There are constitutional qualifications to becoming a commissioner, as follows: "To be resident citizens of [Oklahoma] for over two years...

Commissioner Prequalifications

There are constitutional qualifications to becoming a commissioner, as follows: "To be resident citizens of [Oklahoma] for over two years next preceding the election, and qualified voters under the Constitution and laws, and not less than thirty years of age; nor shall such commissioners, or either of them, be, directly or indirectly, interested in any railroad, street railway, traction line, canal, steam boat, pipe line, car line, sleeping car line, car association, express line, telephone or telegraph line, operated for hire, in this State, or out of it, or any stock, bond, mortgage, security, or earnings of any such railroad, street railway, traction line, canal, steam boat, pipe line, car line, sleeping car line, car association, express line, telephone or telegraph line, compress or elevator companies; and if suchCommissioner shall voluntarily become so interested, his office
shall become vacant; and if any Corporation Commissioner shall become so interested otherwise than voluntarily, he shall, within a reasonable time, divest himself of such interest; and failing to do this, his office shall become vacant. Nor shall any such commissioner hold any other office under the government of the United States, or of this State, or any other state government, and shall not, while such Commissioner, engage in any occupation or business inconsistent with his duties as such commissioner."

PUC Jurisdiction and Enabling Authority

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