• 1993 – Electro Oil & Gas Burners Ltd, a subsidiary company of Bentone in Sweden, is disbanded due to its parent company looking to downsize operations in the UK.  Following a management buy-out, the company is rebranded as EOGB Energy Products Ltd and relocated to St Neots, Cambridgeshire. Initially EOGB is an agent for the Bentone range of burners servicing the needs of the UK customers with technical backup and spares.
  • 2000 – EOGB develop 12v and 24v versions of Bentone’s Sterling oil burners for special applications
  • 2000 – EOGB becomes sole UK agency for Italian burner manufacturer Baltur
  • 2001 – EOGB begins designing and manufacturing its own X series range of domestic oil burners. A sound decision as Bentone decide to take their agency away
  • 2004 – EOGB’s X series range of domestic burners is officially launched and offered in three model sizes, the X400, X500 and X600
  • 2008 – EOGB begins running annual commercial burner training courses for engineers at the Baltur facility in Bologna, Italy
  • 2010 – A purpose-built training and assessment centre is incorporated into the existing EOGB building and oil and gas training and assessments are offered
  • 2013 – EOGB celebrates its 20th anniversary
  • 2013 – Launch of EOGB nozzle output calculator app
  • 2014 – EOGB celebrates 10 years since the launch of the XSeries, which has seen a steady 10% growth year-on-year
  • 2014 – EOGB’s free informational app, EOGB Plus, is launched