2012: Webber Energy Fuels became a division of Dead River Company.
2011: Smart Initiatives expands Free public Weatherization Seminars and improved products and Spring Specials services options are just the beginning of Webber's dedicated customer service for 2011.
2010: The Next 75! Webber marks our 75th Anniversary by introducing an array of products and services improving the safety and security of our customers' home and businesses. Smart Initiatives is Webber's commitment to providing our customers with biofuels, an exclusive premium fuel additive, and services designed to improve heating system efficiency.
2009: Webber Watchdog Security Webber ensures the safety and security of our customers with a new reliable security alarm system complementing our service contracts.
2003: National Honor The Newcomen Society of the United States recognized Webber Energy Fuels achievement as a creative, dynamic wholesale and retail heating oil company, with an excellent history of environmental security and responsibility.
2000: Michael Shea appointed President.
1998: Service through the Ice Storm Webber worked around the clock to maintain fuel deliveries and donated fuel products to keep customers comfortable during the "Ice Storm of the Century."
1988: Presidential Protection Plan Webber introduced the Presidential Protection Plan, the first and only plan of its kind in this area to offer complete coverage of a customer's heating system, to include all repairs, parts and cleanings for a low annual fee.
1980: Home Delivery of Propane Webber's Central Maine Gas service became the first company to deliver bulk gas to customers at their homes, and for the first time Webber expanded out of state by purchasing Parish Oil in New York.
1969: Larry Mahaney at the Helm Larry Mahaney becomes President and transformed the well-established family business into a growth-oriented corporation.
1965: Growth & Diversification Webber grew to include 110 employees, 16 large capacity heating oil trucks, 5,300 heating oil customers, 40 resellers and 85 gasoline service station dealerships in four counties. Webber acquired Sargent, Kennedy & Adams (now Sargent, Tyler & West) insurance company, further diversifying its operations.
1962: Blizzard Blitz Webber worked around the clock for 6 days to assure no Webber customer went without heat when the biggest blizzard of the century hit Bangor, ME.
1960: Diversification Webber Supply Inc., a wholesale heating supply house, was founded. This was the first non-petroleum company operated by Webber. Webber also entered the real estate market with the purchase of commercial property, forming Webber Realty.
1949: Deep Water Terminal Webber constructs a 32 million gallon deep water terminal, Webber Tanks in Bucksport, to store vast supplies of heating fuel, gasoline, jet fuel, kerosene and diesel fuel.
1939 - 1945: 250 Oil Customers! During World War II, the government controlled distribution of petroleum products. Opportunity for growth was limited until the war was over. Webber had 14 employees by 1940, serving 20 gasoline customers and 250 fuel oil customers.
1937: BYOG (Build Your Own Gas Stations) Webber began building its own gasoline stations
1936: Automatic Delivery & 24-Hour Service Webber introduced the first automatic delivery service for fuel customers and instituted 24-hour service, which was a brand new concept well into the 40s.
1935: Founded in Bangor Webber Oil Company was founded by Alburney E. Webber. Operations were based at 700 Main Street in Bangor, and consisted of 4 employees and two fuel delivery trucks.