The Mission of Cooperative Energy Company is to provide excellent products and services in a safe environment that will enhance the profitability of both the patron and the company.
Co-ops exist to benefit the people who use the coop’s services, rather than to generate profits for outside investors. According to the Iowa Institute for Cooperatives, the average farmers who belong to a supply co-op earn $5,000 more per year. Over 31 Counties in Iowa listed one or more co-ops in their top 10 property taxpayers. A large percentage of every dollar you spend with Cooperative Energy is reinvested in you and your community.
That is the Cooperative Way.
Cooperative Energy Company History
1933 – Coop Established
1996 – Retail Business Purchased Thermogas
2003 – Purchased East Lyon County Coop
2004 – New Refined Fuels Bulk Plants Erected in Sibley and Ocheyedan
2006 – Acquired Nobles County Coop Oil
2006 – Renamed Cooperative Energy Company
2008 – Purchasd Meester Oil in Worthington, MN
2010 – Acquired Lyon County Coop Oil
2012 – Cooperative Energy Established in Spencer,IA
2013 – Acquired Boji Junction in Milford, IA
2017 – Added fourth C-store, Hartley Junction, in Hartley, IA
2017 – Acquired Kunkel Tire & Service in Hartley, IA; named Hartley Junction Service Center
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Cooperative Energy Board of Directors
BACK ROW: Doug Block, Greg DeBoer, Kyle Thomsen (sec.), Randy Vaupel, Darin Henning
FRONT ROW: Brian Dreessen (GM), Nate Schulte (pres.), John Penning (vice pres.), Dave Schwaller