Dec 16, 2015

Fall Promotion Winner Announced!!

Congratulations to the winner of our Fall Promotion: 

Postcard #0223 Gerald Riggs of Kingston!!

Thank you to everyone for your participation. We look forward to continuing to serve Kitsap County and the surrounding areas with excellent service. 

Happy Holidays from the team at Olympic Energy!

Sep 17, 2015

Our Fall Promotion is Here!!

Our Fall Promotion is here! We appreciate you choosing Olympic Energy as your heating oil provider. By purchasing 150 or more gallons between September 15 and December 15, you will be automatically entered into a drawing to win $200 off your next heating oil purchase.

  • Save this postcard--you might be the "lucky duck" with the winning number!
  • When you place your order, let us know your number so you can be entered to win!
  • We will announce the winning number on December 16th via this blog AND our Facebook page
  • Please "like" us on Facebook to receive updates from Olympic Energy! 

Nov 11, 2014

Home Heating Oil Prices

We offer competitive pricing and our awesome Price Match Guarantee. If you find a lower price, call us for the best rates in the region.

We are proud to offer Senior and Military discounts.

Our auto-fill service gives you peace of mind. When the level of your tank gets low, our delivery drivers make a stop for you and get you filled up. For using our auto-fill service, we offer you our very best rates.

Plus, we deliver 7 days per week, unlike the other guys. You can count on us to make sure your heating oil is filled.

Contact us today for pricing info and to schedule a delivery.

Polar Vortex Moving In!

"Polar vortex"... "cold surge"..."massive influx of cold"... None of these sound very comfortable!

What can be comfortable is experiencing the warmth of a furnace operating on clean-burning heating oil.

At Olympic Energy, we are ready to get you prepared for all the cold weather this season has in store for us.... and it looks like it will be a LOT of it!

Contact us today.

Feb 8, 2014

Oil companies swamped in wake of Pettit closure

By Tad Sooter Kitsap Sun February 8, 2014


The abrupt closure of Pettit Oil Co. in January froze out thousands of heating oil customers in the middle of winter.

The bankruptcy also created a void in the West Sound petroleum business that competitors have rushed to fill.
“We’ve probably had 1,200 phone calls in the past five days" said Zach Dougherty who formed Olympic Energy in Bremerton in the wake of Pettit's closure "It's definitely quite amazing”
Mounting debt forced Lakewood-based Pettit to file for bankruptcy protection in November The company listed $18.7 million in assets and $22 5 million in liabilities, according to court documents
Pettit also boasted more than 10,000 heating oil, commercial fuel and lubrication customers in Western Washington. Most were caught off-guard when the company shut down without notice Jan 17.
Locally, family-owned MASCO Petroleum of Aberdeen and Small and Sons Oil in Auburn and Tumwater stepped in to provide home heating oil to former Pettit customers in their service areas.
There were no explanatory signs posted at Pettit's Bremerton office or on its website. An apologetic recording on the company's hotline provided no information on the bankruptcy.
Customers who had credit with the company or bills to pay were left with no clear idea of how their accounts would be handled.
Dougherty said most of the former Pettit customers who contacted his company are elderly. Many were shocked and angered by the way Pettit shut down.
“It’s been emotional” Dougherty said “A lot of drama, a lot of frustration,”
Since the closure, the case has been assigned to a trustee in Seattle. A contact form at www allows former customers to submit queries regarding their accounts.
While consumers were caught off guard, regional petroleum providers had monitored the bankruptcy and wasted no time in reaching out to jilted Pettit customers.
Cooper Oil a Wheaton Way company with customers in five counties, doubled business in the last month. Manager Dave Metcatf said the company is distributing between 20,000 and 30,000 gallons of heating oil daily. Cooper hired three new drivers and put two retired trucks back on the road.
Between the former Pettit customers and the recent cold snap, heating oil demand has skyrocketed Metcatf said. Cooper buys it’s oil from refineries in Tacoma. The company has limited the volume of its fill-ups per customer to make sure it can keep everyone supplied.
“It's a struggle but we're keeping up.” Metcalf said.