OEG is an organization of large energy intensive industrial corporations. Some of these companies are even competitors and rivals of one another in the world of business, but they are bound together in the OEG by common energy goals, the foremost of which is the aim of insuring that gas and electricity in Ohio are available, reliable and at the lowest reasonable price to all consumers.
OEG members collectively employ approximately 54,000 people and spend nearly $1 billion per year on gas and electricity to produce their products. Please feel free to explore the OEG website and to call the numbers listed for membership information or merely to ask questions about Ohio’s energy situations.
OEG Welcomes two New Members:
POET Biorefining effective March, 2014. POET’s Biorefineries are chemical processing operations that convert corn into ethanol (fuel), distiller’s dry grains with solubles (animal feed), corn oil (biodiesel) and CO2 (beverages).
Martin Marietta Magnesia Specialties effective Januay 1, 2014. Martin Marietta mines and processes lime stone.