10/06/2017 – We have new “skin” on our Lubricant delivery truck. Call Jason at 800-322-2997 for all of your commercial and industrial lubricant needs.







05/15/2017  – NEW! RTIC Coolers – Click HERE for information


RTIC Roto-molded Coolers are designed with all the functional features customers demand. Available in 20 quarts, 45 quarts, and 65 quarts size.






02/20/2017 – Our Lumberton office is open and ready to serve local customers.


09/08/2016 – Our next Gulf Branding project is taking place this week at Marshall’s Friendly Stop in Fairmont, NC


Marshall’s is a family owned and operated convenience store offering everyday items such as groceries, snack foods, candy, toiletries, soft drinks, tobacco products, public restrooms, full service kitchen and quality motor fuels.

Marshall’s Friendly Stop, 13955 NC Highway 41 S, NC 28340




codytruck08/24/2016 – The latest addition to our computer dispatched fleet of Propane delivery trucks is ready for the coming season.

Quality Oil and Gas is offering our customers 3 options to ensure that you are protected against rising energy costs for this heating season. Sign up for our 2016 – 2017 Pricing Programs at http://www.mpweb.org/…/produc…/home-heating/lp-payment-plan/



Summer 2016






10/5/2015 – Our new 2015 Mack 3200 gallon bulk lubricant truck is on the road today!!



8/24/2015 – The 2015 – 2016 Pricing Program for Propane Heating Customers is ready for sign-up.

Quality Oil and Gas is offering our customers 3 options to ensure that you are protected against rising energy costs for this heating season.  Plan A – EZ Payment Plan, Plan B –  Pre-Buy and Plan C– Locked-In Price plans are available.   Click HERE for additional information.



8/10/2015 – Our next Gulf Branded location is in the planning stages and should be completed by  October 2015.  Stay tuned…



4/28/2015 – Customer Appreciation Days scheduled:


1/28/2015 – NCPCM Heating Oil Rebate Programis available to our customers.

To win the one dollar off per gallon (minimum 100 gals. delivery to enter) homeowner would go to http://www.ncoilheat.org and fill out web form and submit.



1/5/2015 – Our new E-commerce system is active!


E-commerce allows user to:

Receive invoices and statements via email
Click on the image below to enter our login page to view your account or create a new E-commerce account.




12/30/2014 – Issue 6 of our Lubricants Newsletter can be viewed HERE.



3/31/2014 – Our next Gulf Branded location is in the planning stages and should be completed by June 2014.  Stay tuned…



3/5/2014 – Customer loyalty programs are becoming popular as the consumers learn how to make the processes part of the purchase routine.  Two heavily marketed campaigns taking place are from rivals Shell and BP.  Both programs offer opportunities for significant savings for the consumer.

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10/1/2013 – Quality Oil Company is  happy to announce that we are offering Industrial Lubricants nationwide.  Expanded warehouse space and in stock products will allow Quality Oil Company to offer a quick order to delivery process for our customers.  We will soon have an addition to our website to accept online ordering of these products.

warehouseWe have several ordering options:

Call toll free 800-322-2997

Fax Ordering #  888-511-7923

Email to orders@qualityoilandgas.com



9/20/2013 – Introducing our latest Gulf location:

5105 N Fayetteville Road

Lumberton, NC 28360

Phone: (910) 738-3061

9/12/2013 –


NC Senator Gene McLaurin, President of Quality Oil and Gas Co. was the guest speaker for the 2013 United Way kickoff. Then Senator McLaurin participated in the UW Day of Caring at Cordova Children’s Center.


United Way of Richmond County Day of Caring…Quality Oil & Gas Employees participate by helping serve seniors at East Rockingham Senior Center.

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5/11/2013 – Our “Text to Win” promotion is back by high demand.  With close to 15,000 unique entries last year, this is one promotion drivers LOVE!  Drivers simply text “GULF” to 80672 for their chance to win FREE Gulf Gas for an entire Year!

WINNING!  One Grand Prize Winner will receive a $3,000 Gulf Gas Card.



12/13/2012 – Gulf Branding continues with two more locations – Kwik Stop #26 in Red Springs, N.C. and C&P Mini Mart in Maxton N.C.

Kwik Stop #26 - Red Springs, N.C.

Kwik Stop #26 – Red Springs, N.C.


C&P Mini – Maxton, N.C.


11/1/2012 – The latest addition to our fleet of Home Heating Fuel delivery trucks.

Heating Fuel Delivery Truck


10/9/2012 –  Z.V. Pate/Swink-Quality Oil & Gas Co., through the Z.V. Pate Foundation  donate  $25,000 gift to Discovery Place KIDS-Rockingham .

Z.V. Pate Foundation/Swink Quality Oil present $25,000 gift to Discovery Place KIDS-Rockingham. Featured left to right are John Mackay, president & CEO, Discovery Place, Inc.; Neal Cadieu, co-chair, Discovery Place KIDS-Rockingham campaign; Russell Bennett, co-chair, Discovery Place KIDS-Rockingham; Gene McLaurin, president & CEO, Swink Quality Oil & Gas; David Burns, board chairman, Z.V. Pate Foundation

Z.V. Pate/Swink-Quality Oil & Gas Co., through the Z.V. Pate Foundation, announced Monday a $25,000 gift to the Discovery Place KIDS-Rockingham comprehensive campaign as general support for the project. The new children’s museum will be an interactive learning-through-play experience designed to aid in the development of childhood skills, imagination and creativity.The museum is being constructed on East Washington Street in downtown Rockingham in what used to be the McKenzie Furniture building. Discovery Place, Inc. officials have said they hope to open to the public in early 2013.

“Z.V. Pate and Swink-Quality Oil & Gas Co. are a shining example of the generous, community-focused corporate pillars that we are lucky to have here,” said Russell Bennett, Discovery Place KIDS-Rockingham campaign co-chair. “It has truly moved me to watch the individuals and companies across the Sandhills unite in support of a project so meaningful to this region.”
Swink-Quality Oil incorporated in North Carolina in 1945 and is a distributor of BP, Shell, TOTAL, Gulf and Liberty brand products throughout the Carolinas. The company provides complete motor fuels, industrial and farm lubricants, home heating fuels and propane service for the surrounding areas including all of Richmond, Robeson and Scotland counties and parts of Anson, Moore, Montgomery, Chesterfield and Marlboro counties. David Burns, chairman of the Z.V. Pate Foundation, and Gene McLaurin, president and CEO of Swink Quality Oil, serve on the Discovery Place KIDS-Rockingham campaign cabinet.

Read more: Richmond County Daily Journal


09/13/2012 –  Quality oil employees volunteered for United Way’s Day of Caring!

The Day of Caring was established to promote the spirit and value of volunteerism, increase the awareness of local human service agencies and schools, and demonstrate what people working together for the community’s good can accomplish.


Quality Oil and Gas is offering our customers 4 options to ensure that you are protected against rising energy costs for this heating season.
2012 – 2013 Pricing Programs

Quality Oil and Gas is offering our customers 3 options to ensure that you are protected against rising energy costs for this heating season.

Plan A – EZ Payment Plan: Our  EZ Payment plan will allow you to make your fuel payments during a ten month period instead of five.  We will multiply your previous annual fuel gallons used by this year’s projected price.  This total will be divided into equal monthly payments allowing you to spread your payments over a longer period of time.

REQUIREMENTS: Approved credit customers on automatic delivery plans only.  First payment due September 15th, 2013.     Enrollment Fee – $0


Plan B – Pre-Buy:  Purchase your winter propane gallons by September 15th 2012.  The dollars will be held in your pre-buy account and your propane will be delivered at that price plus any applicable sales tax until your credit is used or rolled over into the next year’s pre-buy offering. Your price is protected up to the amount of gallons pre-purchased or until March 31, 2013.

Minimum purchase = 100 gallons.  
Pre-Buy Price per gallon=1.999 plus tax.
Payment is due with application.
Enrollment fee $0.
Plan C– Locked-In Price: You decide how many gallons you want to lock in at $2.099 per gallon plus applicable sales tax.  This price is guaranteed until you use the gallons locked in or March 31, 2013. You will receive an invoice for each delivery due on the 1st of each month.

Open to all accounts.
Enrollment Fee – $29.95 – Due at signing or waived for automatic bank draft (ACH) customers.

Click HERE for an enrollment form or visit any of our three offices for more information.

Payment Options Available:

Automatic Bank Draft

Online Payment Processing at www.qualityoilandgas.com

After that, earn:
At your BP station

15¢ in cents per gallon rebates for every
$100 in BP purchases made2


Virtually Everywhere Else

5¢ in cents per gallon rebates for every
$100 in all other purchases made2

Two great options to redeem

At the pump:

Swipe your card at participating BP stations and watch your per-gallon price drop instantly. Rebates are good for a one time fill on up to 20 gallons of fuel.

(Not available in NJ and AL.)

Right on your statement:

Get a $15 statement credit for every $1 you earn in cents per gallon rebates.




BP Consumer Credit Card

BP Visa®
Earn $.05 in cent per gallon rebates for every $100 on most purchases.
Earn $.15 in cent per gallon rebates for every $100 on BP purchases.
Redeem your rebates instantly at participating BP stations.
New members will earn $.25 for every $100 on most purchases for the first 60 days.

BP Consumer Credit Card

BP Card
Earn cent per gallon rebates on your everyday purchases.
Earn $.05 in cent per gallon rebates for every $100 on BP purchases.
Redeem your rebates instantly at participating BP stations or for a statement credit.

6/25/2012 – Gulf branding continues with the completion of locations in Rockingham, NC,  Bennettsville, SC and Beech Island SC.



1004 Long Drive, Rockingham, NC 28379


1012 Highway 38 N, Bennettsville, SC 29512


598 Pine Log Road, Beech Island, SC 28942

Gulf Oil LP is back and plans to make a big splash in the U.S. market.   Gulf Oil Limited Partnership is a national branded supplier of motor fuels throughout the United States and its territories, based right here in the good ol’ US of A – Framingham, Massachusetts to be exact. Gulf remains one of the Northeast’s largest wholesalers of refined petroleum products and is well on its way up the rankings in the rest of the country, too.  The company manages more than 2,600 Gulfbranded retail centers in 26 states and 12 petroleum terminals.  Eleven of the sites are company operated and approximately 400 sites are branded with a Gulf Express convenience store.

6/1/2012 – Quality OIl and Gas welcomes Jason Stroll

Quality OIl and Gas is pleased to announce that Jason Stroll will join Quality Oil Company as Business Development Manager, Lubricants and Specialty Products.   As part of Quality Oil and Gas Company strategy to diversify into new markets,  Jason will be responsible for helping us expand our business with new products and customers.

Jason will have an office in Rockingham and can also be reached by cell ( 910) 206-5351 or by email at jstroll@qualityoilandgas.com



Who is responsible for Underground Storage Tanks (USTs)?

Owners and operators are equally responsible for complying with all applicable <>underground storage tank (UST) regulations.


North Carolina Department of Environment and Natural Resources
Division of Waste Management
Beverly Eaves Perdue – Governor
Dexter R. Matthews – Director
Dee Freeman – Secretary


North Carolina’s New UST Operator Training Requirements



Dear UST Owners and/or Operators:

The NCDENR UST Section has implemented UST operator training requirements as mandated in the federal Energy Policy Act of 2005. North Carolina’s program will train UST operators in accordance with the federal requirements by August 8,2012. Each UST facility Owner must identify at least one Designated Operator and at least one Class C Operator for each UST facility. A Designated Operator is an employee of the UST owner or operator who has responsibility for the day-to-day aspects of operating and maintaining the UST system, including recording keeping. A Class C Operator is an employee of the UST owner or operator who has daily control over fuel sales and dispensing, and is responsible for responding to alarms and emergencies. The UST Section will train Designated Operators, and Designated Operators will in turn train Class C Operators.

Operator training for Designated Operators will be completed one facility at a time during each facility’s next scheduled compliance inspection some time between now and August 2012. UST owners will be notified ahead of time of a scheduled compliance inspection that includes operator training. To receive a “Trained Operator Certificate,” a Designated Operator must be present at the inspection, he/she must pass an “Operator Regulatory Knowledge Assessment” and the facility must be in compliance with federal and state requirements.

The enclosed brochure explains North Carolina’s operator training program in detail. The brochure describes
who must receive training, what topics are covered during training, and how and where training is conducted.

Should you have any additional questions, please contact the UST Section Permits and Inspection Branch at (919) 133-8486. For additional copies of the enclosed documents please visit our website at   http ://www.wastenotnc.org/UST/ustmain.html.


1637 Mail Service Center, Raleigh, North Carolina 27699-1637
Phone: 91 9-733-8486 \ FAX: 91 9-733-941 3 \ lnternet:  www.wastenotnc.org

4/19/2012 – The grilling season has officially begun, for those who take off during the winter months, and we would like to encourange you to read the propane do’s and don’ts below for your safety.  Happy Grilling!

Propane Grill Do’s:
  • Always use the grill outdoors in a well-ventilated area. Do not bring propane cylinders indoors or into an enclosed space such as a garage or basement.
  • Always follow all of the manufacturer’s instructions and keep written materials and manuals in a safe, accessible place.
  • Make sure the grill burner controls are turned off. Keep the cylinder valve closed when not in use.
  • Make sure the gas grill is shut off and cooled off before covering your grill after use.
  • Always use or store cylinders in an upright, vertical position. Store them outdoors away from sources of ignition.
  • When you have your cylinder refilled, have your supplier check for dents, damage, rust or leaks.
  • After filling, take your cylinder home immediately. Keep your vehicle ventilated with the cylinder valve closed and plugged or capped. Do not leave the cylinder in your car.
  • When your grill is not in use, cover disconnected hose-end fittings and burner air intakes with small plastic bags, or obtain protective fitting caps from your propane supplier to keep out dirt, insects and moisture.
  • Before lighting your propane gas grill burner, use a leak-detection solution to check all connections for tightness.
  • Never use matches or lighters to check for leaks.
  • If there is a significant and uncontrollable release of gas or a fire, call the fire department immediately and move all people and pets away from the unit.
Propane Grill Don’ts:
  • Do not smoke while handling the propane cylinder.
  • Do not leave the cylinder in your vehicle.
  • Do not use matches or lighters to check for leaks.
  • Do not allow children to tamper or play with the cylinder or grill.
  • Do not use, store or transport your cylinder where it would be exposed to high temperatures. (This includes storing spare cylinders under or near the grill.)


 We are now stocking Air 1 DEF.

Now in stock!
Diesel Exhaust Fluid

Diesel Exhaust Fluid and SCR, according to engine manufacturers, improves overall fuel economy by approximately 5% compared to competing technologies, and achieves NOx reductions in excess of 90%.  New truck engine manufactures will comply with the emission standards imposed by the EPA Clean Air Act that came into effect on January 1st 2010.  Under the new regulations, most engine manufacturers have chosen the Selective Catalytic Reduction (SCR) system as the most efficient way to meet these clean air standards.

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