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Your Local Full-Service Heating Oil Company

Serving South Shore Families Since 1982

(781) 837-0849


Industry & Community Involvement

Providing both community support and energy industry support is important for our business. Actively participating in Marshfield area events, state-level association events, and national biofuel industry happenings helps us offer more to our customers.

Industry Involvement

Marshfield Chamber of Commerce

Marshfield Chamber of Commerce
The Chamber is organized for the purpose of: 1) Advancing business and community growth and development by: “Promoting economic programs designed to strengthen and expand the income potential of all business within the trade area; promoting programs of a civic, social, and cultural nature which are designed to increase the functional and aesthetic values of the community; and discovering and correcting abuses which retard or prevent business expansion and orderly community growth; 2) Preserving the competitive enterprise system of business by: Creating a better understanding and appreciation of the importance of the businessperson and a concern for his or her problems; creating an intelligent business and public opinion regarding city, country, state, and national legislative and governmental affairs, and generally addressing any issue affecting the general welfare and prosperity of Marshfield so that its citizens and all areas of its business community shall prosper.

Mass Oil Council

Massachusetts Energy Marketers Association
Established in 1955, MEMA is one of the leading state business associations for heating oil, propane, and petroleum products and companies. MEMA represents 300 companies across the state, including retail and wholesale/supplier operations. Collectively, our members store, sell, and deliver nearly 70% of the heating oil used in homes, schools, hospitals, and businesses statewide. MEMA also represents heating equipment manufacturers and suppliers and other businesses that provide valuable goods and services to the industry.

National Biodiesel Board

National Biodiesel Board
The NBB is the national trade association representing the biodiesel industry as the coordinating body for research and development in the US. It was founded in 1992 by state soybean commodity groups who were funding biodiesel research and development programs. Since that time, the NBB has developed into a comprehensive industry association which coordinates and interacts with a broad range of cooperators including industry, government, and academia. NBB's membership is comprised of state, national, and international feedstock and feedstock processor organizations, biodiesel suppliers, fuel marketers and distributors, and technology providers.

New England Fuel Institute

New England Fuel Institute
The New England Fuel Institute is dedicated to voicing the thoughts and concerns of the people in the fuel industry. They represent fuel businesses throughout New England before regional and federal policy makers, as well as the media and public. NEFI is a nationally recognized organization representing 1,100 independent Oilheat, propane, biofuel, and motor fuel dealers and associated companies. By being a member, they offer valuable channels and events for communication and resource promotions with legislative and regulatory action centers through the Legal Action Fund. This fund protects the business and welfare of the industry through legislation, regulation, and competition. Additionally, NEFI sponsors the Energy Expo and the Visions Conference annually to promote business. They publish OIL&ENGERGY Magazine which reaches thousands of executives and policy makers as well as broadcasts NEON, their esteemed weekly e-newsletter.

Angie's List

Angie's List
Angie’s List gives businesses and customers the opportunity to come together to share their experiences. Spanning over 720 different service industries, Angie’s List allows all businesses to show their true colors. Each non-anonymous review describes details about the project/product, the cost, response time, professionalism, quality, and even how well the post-project clean-up and interaction with the family and pets took place. This is done on a grading system A-F to make clear how well each business preformed in the categories. Businesses are allowed to respond back to comments in order to get both sides of the story. For increased security, Angie’s List staff reviews all posts to check for red flags and irregularities, and only allows members to post once a month for each service provider to avoid bias.


Community Involvement

Friends of Scituate Hockey

Scituate Fire Deppartment

Scituate Youth Sports Program

Pan-Mass Challenge

Leukemia and Lymphoma Society

Marshfield Police Department

Marshfield Fire Department

Marshfield Public Schools

Marshfield Youth Sports Program