SOUTHWESTERN ELECTRIC POWER COMPANY SCHEDULE H-6.1b NUCLEAR UNIT OUTAGE DATA. For the Test Year Ended March 31, 2009

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1 Schedule H-6.lb SOUTHWSTRN LCTRIC POWR COMPANY SCHDUL H-6.1b NUCLAR UNIT OUTAG DATA For the Test Year nded March 31, 29 This schedule is not applicable to SVvPCO. 5

2 Schedule H-6.1 c SOUTHWSTRN LCTRIC POWR COMPANY SCHDUL H-6.1e NUCLAR UNIT OUTAG PLANNING For the Test Year nded March 31, 29 This schedule is not applicable to SWPCO. 51

3 Schedule H-6.2a SOUTHWSTRN LCTRIC POWR COMPANY SCHDUL H-6.2a FOSSIL UNIT FORCD OUTAG HISTORY For the Test Year nded March 31, 29 Please refer to schedule FR-3.2a in Docket No , Application of Southwestern lectric Power Company for Authority to Reconcile Fuel Costs, for the information contained in this schedule. 52

4 Schedule H-6-2b SOUTHWSTRN LCTRIC POWR COMPANY SCHDUL H-6.2b FOSSIL UNIT PLANND OUTAG HISTORY For the Test Year nded March 31, 29 Please refer to schedule FR 3.2b in Docket No , Application of Southwestern lectric Power Company for Authority to Reconcile Fuel Costs, for the information contained in this schedule. 53

5 Schedule H-6.2c SOUTHWSTRN LCTRIC POWR COMPANY SCHDUL IH-6.2c FOSSIL UNIT OUTAG PLANNING For the Test Year nded March 31, 29 This schedule is not applicable. 54

6 Schedule H-6.3a SOUTHWSTRN LCTRIC POWR COMPANY SCHDUL H-6.3a NUCLAR UNIT 1NCRMNTAL OUTAG COSTS For the Test Year nded March 31, 29 This schedule is not applicable to SWPCO. 55

7 Schedule H-6.3b SOUTHWSTRN LCTRIC POWR COMPANY SCHDUL H-6.3b FOSSIL UNIT PLANND OUTAG HISTORY For the Test Year nded March 31, 29 Please refer to schedule FR-3.3b in Docket No. 36i72, Application of Southwestern lectric Power Company for Authority to Reconcile Fuel Costs, for the information contained in this schedule. 56

8 Schedule H-7.1 SOUTHWSTRN LCTRIC POWR COMPANY COMPANY-WID PRODUCTION STAFFING PLAN A copy of the most recent company-wide staffing plan is attached as'schedule H-7.1, Attachment 1"Western Regions Staffing 27 Study". This report was presented to APSC management to justify staffing increases for the Western Region, which includes SWPCO and the Public Service Company of Oklahoma (PSO). 57

9 Schedule H-7.1 Page 1 of J (1) LL. (1) 3: 58

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11 Schedule H-7.1 Page 3 of 21 CI) (Y) QW F v - ca Se L a c O 4-j ) o :2 a =3 u).,, ) L M cf) Q -a 4-j.-. " M. - O > m C:CU LJ {U a) ( 3 a) _ 4.a Cp v c o s-- -i= Cn &- (D L Cr g-v ' s- (j) Q3... = a) z. o o =3 c) _- t3' tu '' "- :,. c- a) v ou) 'Z- Ll.l3: cacllrno C.._ >.N v -c C tls Q Q. w O CIO C: %- C: o C: >, o LLJ C.3, U, 4-. :- + s- O._. ) - -> C: -,... ',i O < _ Q. W -,1,2 ' s t ti N fl- 51

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13 Schedule H-7.1 Page 5 of 21 LO O CL Cl :3 C/) 2 w --' CU (3 ) -C o O >> a. 6 w > Ct3 q- a)a)o a- (n Cn >.-, (1)LC(J - o -C,a.'' C: CU CD C- 4) CU L- o W o a) 4-j t/3 C: t N 3 a) tq W Cl) C 4-.. > CY) s + W C. C C: C;) _- a) C: a)..a. C-Cr tia) 2).: C Ca m C: a) Cn CU 4- a) a) C3- ạ`o c'. W > A v ca cn.c- ' I o=: N ti 512

14 Schedule H-7.1 Page 6 of j Cl) (D C/) CO Cn C/) Q. C2 "I w U o i CO o Cn S= CO 4-4 o o.._._ W C: C: v _ CCS o t_? C: - r a) {} i 1 1 / S. C;) C: 2 a) 4-j M -6-4-j 'a - _-_ 4,,, Q o :3 p o <...,. C.) r- 513

15 Schedule H-7.1 Page 7 of 21 (n W C: C/) ) (n L CI) aq3 v U >' -- cn -F-, CL CL 4-A 4) ' _ o C _ p p U =3C: O v tj.,a.., v o - CO Q > ~ L v a) U (n N a) v O U U +., C Q p o Cl) O 4-4 o o p v >, ) w :3 U U.. 4-' L- C: Q? 4-j - C: v v n a -.-., :3 " o > occd in `" q;. p O p +., O v 1 I r O Q -1--Cn O CL U Co C > z > CTJ r C v. M x ) I- t - C) l` 514

16 Schedule H-7.1 Page 8 of 21 CC) LLI V sl a cu, -.. R v >+ CU p W U -- C = m It C m {U U W o >- r o W Cn z - Cn v C/) Q Cn CU V I..LI C! (D -'-' W CU sz L CD. W Cn U U Q ; ` 515

17 Schedule H-7.1 Page 9 of 21 L "O - Q) U V a) o = U s-- O Q Q a) a) a 7 - W U o L o n' 4- a) O a) Cn If O _ C a) i._ 4- Co -}-o N Cn M w ) C: U O 22 U u- U cn Q C: -73 C w w C) - L, = O N O4-. C Q' -+ Q_ a) C tnl- = v o w s Ct3 U_ t!3 `= O O C CO N C N U _ a Cn Cl) N ti.i U U U t) v cau) Cn o C3 O c 2 *.; L o.-. - O `- U CU C - t - Q- Q - w a) a) c w a Q. Ir CO Z3 N cu 4-a O- U O O CL ao a) -a) Q Q og-a) w CO =3 CO O Y- U 1- N ti 516

18 Schedule H-7.1 Page 1 of Q :3 L Cn a) O U L- a U u 4) > W CO 2W U O RL >1 U --Q. >> (n " U N O) O Q) t +.. a) ti5 L {l) L-S 4-1 is U a) a) W p O -- t'6. a) -1-, v C) L - C- tu v o D. ' n C. Cl) I-UL Q Q U '4= O 3 RS :3 Q3 a) uj CD o p a) w %+- S.- c =3 ) o cur o v. - s o O O : 'c-n' U3 O. L2 Q a) V N L (U a a) i'oi Uca (n -}-' ca co c).-., c) C: oo oqo.s >m -o. =3 w V v O O o a) (U U Q.' cu t!) 43. u) ` '? N vmutl(!)uli m 1 i i I ( l I i o 517

19 Schedule H-7_1 Page 11 of 21 / v' _ n W) _-a p U c- R'S -C Q 1.!! va a?. o U v u ' CIO U L!- ca a) Q a) cu C cn o (D p R5 C CO CtS cn Q. CCS 4-a Q. b v Q.- c. U (Z C-W CO "'_ "`.,4,, 3 } t U Z7 > ([ - 'S > a) {) CY) tn O W a) a) ' tzs Q? C v L (l) U3 cl >a) a) ' CO > O a) -> a o C) - cn U w 1 I! I I CV 518

20 Schedule H-7.1 Page 12 of 21 N L- CD CD _ C U M {U v _. Q s. ' (n v U cu U a C 4-a a) C: w!) 2 W 4-j j m > U v p tll U Q p Rs ' C.a O N ( tt - co C W - CU cn C: -- 4 :3 tts } Q o o a) :3 CD a) CO _ Q. Q) N Q- g X C: 5 v (D - O Cr C -6 C Q o V p W- cn Q a) OU -Y (U cts N U Q N _ ;, (D - CO i- U - a) 'L) v -D - -- 'W t" a (1) -C W Q.. >. tii - o ---- > v Cs Mo N ~ 519

21 PUCT Docket No Schedule H-7.1 Page 13 of 21 - CO w C C Q. Q. :3 a,- Co LO C. a Cf) -1.., -C > C: M O v Cn Q. 6 a: - a M ) a) i -1-j a) w CD cu = -`-' O p ts - -6-a c p LO C... C: - - C: -` -.CM Q C: Q a a) Q tl) -- Cn (t3 >1 v :3 N 4 C: tt a) CU - '' a) a M I-- C: CU.a) W o >NCn _ L..i O L N O CL Q 4-1. CU - - t 4) W 1... < + I-- N 1-52

22 Schedule H-7.1 Page 14 of 21 s... Q. Q C -F-r 1-11% >1 -}.. a) 5... {.).. Vl -1--f aa) 4-- M LO c. a aie M -.. CO Cl) a.3 v tu Z 6 t.-ij -1--a o CL Q-.. :3 i - :.=. 4) > a) _ U U N L m > CD H U u) 1 i v Q. C.. CO a) a 4.-j 4-j ) C: W a) a).,.. CO L].. w CD C: 4) C. T 4-4-a.. Q CL LL.. t fl,) Q C: -r 1 r -- C) 521

23 Schedule H-7.1 Page 15 of 21 -i-' W i L 4-/ Q CL.. ol Q _ CO U CI) 4..i - Co CQ C) CU O N C: V U O 4-- Q (A p CU ' L- 4- = CO t13 2 N &-: 1-- r Q. S L ts CD C: -3 a) N > 3r -}-+ ttt a) LO C C/) V} F CU = -e, ) 7 5 a Z o o... _ C: o (U C.) (L) CU L a CU W 522

24 Schedule H-7.1 Page 16 of 21 (S3 T.- {J) COl j CO CU C) Co CL C: D CO CO ` 43 - p Ct) 4 "" flu #-+ a m cll oz; s- CO o LO `nl- p~p CO C ca o O CO3. -a) LL.I... o MW C) (D C)) z Z' oco : Q.nW o O LL C2. C!3 a p...p' v) :3 M ti C) I- N 523

25 Schedule H-7.1 Page 17 of N -t ) v v Q. CL =3 -F-+ 4- m CD LO C. a C v J o Q CL a :..= > ca a) C: CO C: o _ a) a) z Q U v Co v CU s.o - C: - C: v o..,_ M - CD CD CO a Cl) CU > L- M U a- v Z CIO... Cn Im C 4-j v CD L). v 7C) CU a) Ca ( L a) Cn C a) Q. a } L Q(n R v U a I- 524

26 Schedule H-7.1 Page 18 of 21 (D W SZ F-j W _ C: j Q 4- in v w CU Q. C: x Q. x CO (D {! F- }-- -4-J CI) >1 L W O C tt3 v) ( ) C: ' - - LO p o a) a) C: C) a).1. -e CU I-, Q s s ry a) a)..w 3:..+ a) ) CO > - o > ta (D 4-j o v.. C\j :3. a (D < 4-j CO O ~ N Sponsored by Paul Franklin 525

27 Schedule H-7_1 Page 19 of 21 ) Q N ( 4-a a) p CD p p N+=z3 U a) N p.i :3 ). _. 2. 'n ` V1 CO,- Q pp +-7 tm ps N Cm'f= C ) ta Q(a m j N v c C) o n CO. _ CL ) c.. v :oo u,ca - U.C _ 'p v - =3 Cm C: CU tn M p N C p VJ Q.. CIO -j p O j- m Q. C X iis - ca. 23 Q) Q- O U O Lp v s- -4- sr. O. S2 m ) O, >% - N CO tqz3 O L -r a) - fl CO C: >1 p all.i W p N VJ =.i p a) CD m p > N -+., p CL O if ) 1 OW U N a p C2. CO Q Z3 t!) fa - :3 O}.. p O4- t6 s2 " t2. s- Ca - O cn.._.1 O.F 5 Q =<C -- V) { i ' o t- Sponsored by Paul Franklin 526

28 Schedule H-7.1 Page 2 of 21 F O N Q) CU U C) - C N o O ' a) Q? CU U CJ? C OO A NM CU - C6 a) C: -O p m _ if._ m t L. CL a) a) :3- (D" Q w L c/) tl) o o Q_~ > -.-1t13 Q Q Q. {au S.- O -.. -;..a O :3 D u 15 O :p cu..-; :. =+ Ch w.. Q L D C: m tt m C C: "WO '- Q CL tn CO - CO w a CU 43.= OM = o o 7i. C L CU r V5 QaN Q cu M (cn. _.. U - c: CL QO U- CO ' _'Q CU CU Ucu ta -- CO tj? Cl) _u) 7o cn.cn QQ.OOO6 n o a-u ; 527

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30 Schedule H-7.2 SOUTHWSTRN LCTRIC POWR COMPANY PRODUCTION PLANT/UNIT STAFFING STUDY Included as this schedule are two attachments that reflect the most recent production plantlunit staffing studies performed by SWPCO. Schedule H-7.2, "Staffing Plan for New Western Generation" is a copy of a 26 presentation that was given to justify staffing level changes that resulted from SWPCO's plan to build new generating assets. Schedule H-7.2, Attachment 2 "Overtime Issues at Welsh Plant" is a presentation that was given in 28 that summarizes the results of a study reviewing the amount of overtime worked at the Welsh Plant versus other AP plants. This presentation was used to justify the hiring of more personnel at the Welsh Plant. 529

31 Schedule H-7.2 Page 1 of 35 53

32 Schedule H-7.2 Page 2 of

33 Schedule H-7.2 Page 3 of 35 7'

34 Schedule H-7.2 Page 4 of 35 Sponsored by. Paul Franklin 533

35 Schedule H-7.2 Page 5 of

36 PUCT Docket No_ Schedule H-7.2 Attachment I Page 6 of

37 Schedule H-7.2 Page 7 of 35 Sponsored by. Paul Franklin 536

38 Schedule H-7.2 Attachment I Page 8 of

39 Schedule H-7.2 Page 9 of

40 Schedule H-7.2 Page 1 of 35 Sponsored by. Paul Franklin 539

41 Schedule H-7.2 Page 11 of 35 54

42 Schedule H-7.2 Attachment i Page 12 of

43 Schedule H-7.2 Page 13 of

44 Schedule H-7.2 Page 14 of 35 Sponsored by Paul Franklin 543

45 Schedule H-7.2 Page 15 of 35 Sponsored by. Paul Franklin 544

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47 Schedule H-7.2 Page 17 of 35 Sponsored by. Paul Franklin 546

48 Schedule H-7.2 Page 18 of 35 Sponsored by. Paul Franklin 547

49 Schedule H-7.2 Page 19 of 35 Sponsored by Paul Franklin 548

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