G'day Nirvana, welcome to the hosehead club.
As eviltim said, we can't tell directly about your oxygen levels unless you have an oximeter. But we can infer what's happening from your AHI numbers, which are pretty good.
I don't know if you've had a chance to research the details of apnea, so I'll just mention a few things for you:
An apnea is defined as a cessation of breathing for 10 seconds or more. There are basically two types - obstructive (when your airways collapses and flow is blocked) and central (when your airway is OK, but your brain isn't telling your diaphragm to breath). You can have both central and obstructive, the combination is referred to as mixed or complex. An hypopnea is when your breathing is reduced by a set amount (usually 40 or 50%) for 10 seconds or more.
There are various indices, which measure the average number of events per hour. So you can have an obstructive index, central index and apnea index, which is the sum of central and obstructive. Then there is the hypopnea index. Add up the hypopnea and apnea index to get your apnea - hypopnea index, or AHI. This is just a measure of the number of events you have on average per hour. (Just add up all the events and divide by the number of hours you were asleep).
You mentioned you stopped breathing 15 times a night - it's more likely 15 times an hour, which corresponds to an AHI of 15.
Looking at your results, I think you need to work on the leaks. The Resmed S9 machines can manage a leak of up to 24 L/min, but yours are in excess of that. This will stop the machine getting an accurate indication of your events. In addition, a leaky mask will disturb your sleep - it might be blowing air onto your eyes or around your face. Alternatively it might be making trumpet or fart noises. All of this will disturb your sleep.
Make sure your mask is comfortable and that the straps are the right tension - tight enough for a good seal, but not so tight as to hurt or give you a headache. Sometimes it's better to relax the tension a bit, rather than tightening it more. The S9 has a setting where you can run it at full pressure for about three minutes to test the mask. Put the mask on, lie down and run the machine, adjusting the mask and headgear until you're comfortable and the leaks stop. (Important to lie down while you're doing this, as your face changes shape slightly when you're in a lying position).
It is most important that you have a comfortable mask that doesn't leak. Otherwise everything else is wasted. Everybody's face is different, which is why there are so many mask makes, models and sizes. Don't be afraid to try different masks until you get one which suits you - I was on my 4th or 5th until I got it right.
Good luck with your therapy, and again welcome to the wonderful world of the hoseheads!