Since 1927, Mirabito has been family owned and operated. Mirabito provides energy products for families and businesses throughout upstate New York, Western Massachusetts, and Connecticut.
Mirabito Energy Products offers a variety of products including heating oil, propane, natural gas, coal, gasoline, diesel fuels, and kerosene.
In addition to being an energy provider, Mirabito owns and operates 108 convenience stores throughout Central New York, making Mirabito a convenient stop for customers and one of the largest convenience store chains in Central New York.
At Mirabito, we are proud of our history and of all our Mirabito family of companies. Our customers are the most important element to our success and we strive to understand and meet their needs. If we can be of service to you, whether it’s for energy products or gas and groceries on the way home, we’re there to help.
We also offer a complete line of home heating equipment, installation, and service.
History of Mirabito Energy Products
That same year, the four brothers start an asphalt business, Chenango Asphalt Products.
Also, the company purchases Mountain Oil in Oneonta, N.Y.
The company also purchases Onondaga Oil & Fuel in Syracuse, N.Y.
The company also acquires Corse’s Oil in Susquehanna, PA.
Also, the company acquires Bullis Oil in Roscoe, N.Y.
Granite Capital Holdings acquires Riddell Brothers Milk Hauling Company and Old Road Truck Repair in Oneonta, N.Y., as well as Fletcher Oil in Delhi, N.Y.
Also, Mirabito enters into a marketing alliance with ValueCentric Marketing Group (VCMG) to develop a loyalty and rewards program for its customers
The company opens its first Subway franchise inside its Oxford, NY convenience store.
The company acquires Bray Energy in Utica, NY.
Also in 2006, the company acquires Oneida Lake Energy Products, Inc. and Convenience Express Stores in areas North of Syracuse.
The company also acquires Rounds Fuel in Greene, NY.
The company acquires Mountain View Oil in Voorheesville, NY.
The company also begins re-branding its Quickway Food Stores and Convenience Express Stores to Mirabito Convenience Stores.
Mirabito Convenience Stores Partners with Tim Hortons Café and Bake Shop.
Mirabito erects propane storage facility in Sherburne, NY.
Mirabito acquires Ottman & Enders of Schoharie, NY.
Mirabito opens Tim Hortons and Coldstone Creamery franchise in Ithaca, NY.
Mirabito hauls its first load of propane in November.
Central New York faced another massive flood disaster in September 2011. Mirabito locations were fortunate to be, in large part, unaffected this time.
Mirabito acquires Andree Petroleum of Ithaca, NY.
In May, Mirabito Natural Gas, LLC (an energy service company, or ESCO) began supplying gas to its first customer, Otsego County NYARC.
In July the company acquires Borst Oil of Schenectady, NY.
In October the company acquires DJ Oil Express of Lenox Dale, MA.
Mirabito partners with Corning Natural Gas to form Leatherstocking Gas Company, LLC and Leatherstocking Pipeline Company, LLC.
On April 5th the Pennsylvania PUC granted Mirabito Natural Gas, LLC a natural gas supplier license to serve all customer classes at UGI Penn Natural Gas, Inc., UGI Central Penn Gas, Inc., and Valley Energy, Inc.
In June Mirabito acquires Hastings-Fisher Oil Company in Yorkville, NY.
In August Mirabito acquires Brown Oil in Dalton, MA.
In October Mirabito acquires Hewitt Brothers, Inc. in Locke, NY.
In October Leatherstocking Pipeline Company, LLC runs its first gas line to end user.
In April Mirabito acquires Manley’s Mighty Marts 17 convenience stores located in the Southern Tier of New York.
In June Mirabito acquires Peterson Oil in Portland, CT.
In November, Mirabito acquires the operations of Kelly Fuels in Bennington, VT.