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Proudly Serving Our Members Since 1950

CEMA is a thriving organization with more than 585 members with 13,000 Connecticut-based employees whose priority is to strengthen and protect the future of the energy industry.

Clean Energy For Connecticut

Through advancing technology, consumer education, equipment maintenance, and financing and tax credit programs, we’ve been dedicated to reducing emissions and making environmental improvements.

Legislative Action

The collective strength of our membership provides the platform by which the petroleum industry can continue to flourish, by working with government regulators to promote, preserve and protect our industry in today’s business climate.

Keeping Connecticut Warm

Our members help keep millions of Connecticut families and businesses warm throughout the winter season.

Your World Of Energy

Connecticut’s petroleum industry employees 13,000 people across all 169 cities and towns.

Energy Conservation @ Home

Thirty years ago the average heating oil consumer used approximately 1,200 gallons per year. Today, that same consumer uses 700 gallons.

Operation Fuel

Help ensure Connecticut families and individuals in need have access to year-round energy assistance.

Hi-Tech Energy Solutions

CEMA’s promotion of the latest in Oilheat technology is actually a combination of several 21st century innovations from a number of equipment manufacturers.

Contact Your Elected Officials

Search by name or address to quickly find contact information for your Federal and State legislators.

Consumer Advisories

Check out the latest advisories for energy consumers

The evolution of oil heat, Bioheat® is Connecticut’s forward-thinking, new heating fuel. Bioheat blends ultra-low sulfur home heating fuel with 100% renewable, domestically-grown crops such as soybean, sunflower, linseed and sesame.

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CEMA Member News

CT Minimum Wage Increases September 1
CT Minimum Wage Increases September 1

As a reminder, the Connecticut minimum wage will increase on September 1, 2020, from $11 per hour to $12 per hour. There is a helpful...

Governor Lamont’s Executive Order
Governor Lamont’s Executive Order

Rebuttable Presumption of Workers Compensation Eligibility Against the objections of dozens of trade associations and hundreds of...


Connecticut is pushing us to electric vehicles while the the utilities that would control our fuel are being fined $30 million because “Eversource failed its customers and put Connecticut families at risk" according AG Tong! What is DEEP doing???

Join us on Friday in #EastHaven and Saturday in #Thomaston to #StopTheGasTaxCT #StopTheFoodTaxCT @cthouserules @CEMACTENERGY @MTAC_trucking @connfood @NoTollsCT @PatrickSasser5

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2020 CEMA Golf Outing

Oct 27th, 2020

The shortest distance between you and a great career.

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