CO-Energy

Since 1987, CO-Energy has been a petroleum distributor and is on its second generation of ownership with Brad Bell. CO-Energy offers a complete line of lubricants, petroleum products, technical expertise and testing & reporting.

CO-Energy’s corporate office is located in Pasco, WA, however they have 6 smaller bulk plant offices throughout eastern Washington in Connell, Oroville, Yakima, Sunnyside, Ritzville, and Spokane. They have 93 employees company-wide with 4 employees at the Connell plant office. They are always looking at ways to expand their company whether in products, services or location sites. They currently have 23 Pacific Pride locations in Pasco, Kennewick, Richland, Prosser, Washtucna, Sunnyside, Connell, Basin City, Othello, Lind, Ritzville, Davenport, Benge, Eltopia and Oroville.

Co-Energy (formerly Connell Oil) started out being supported by only local farms and businesses in Connell and when the bulk fuel business became for sale the Bell family purchased it in 1987. Over the years they have continued to grow and expand the company to what it is today. CO-Energy has a broad range of services and products and serves parts of Central Washington, Eastern Washington, and parts of Idaho and Oregon as well. Their reach may have grown over the years to meet the needs of their growing customer base but their focus has remained the same: teamwork, customer service, quality products, competitive pricing, and supporting the communities they serve.

CO-Energy is a small family owned business that was built on strong family values, sheer determination, individuals with solid work ethics, and who believes in supporting the community and giving back. They support more than 50 community groups and organizations. Locally, they are big supporter of athletics as well as supporting the local youth with the livestock market animals at the Benton Franklin Fair and Columbia Basin Junior Livestock Show. They were a supporter to the building of the Connell football stadium and many other high school athletics.

For additional information please visit connelloil.com to view more history, full line of products and services, office locations and information or to open a new account. You can also visit the Connell office located at 627 N Columbia Industrial or by calling 509-234-3311. The office is open Monday-Friday 8am-5pm.

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