MFA Oil

    OverviewSuggest Edit

    MFA Oil is a farmer-owned co-op supplying fuels, lubricants and propane to customers. 

    TypePrivate
    Founded1929
    HQColumbia, MO, US
    Websitemfaoil.com
    Employee Ratings3.3

    Latest Updates

    Employees (est.) (Jan 2022)363
    Job Openings169
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    Key People/Management at MFA Oil

    Jon Ihler

    Jon Ihler

    President and Chief Executive Officer
    Janice Serpico

    Janice Serpico

    Chief Human Resources Officer
    Kenny Steeves

    Kenny Steeves

    Senior Vice President, MFA Oil Operations
    Jeff Raetz

    Jeff Raetz

    Chief Financial Officer
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    MFA Oil Office Locations

    MFA Oil has offices in Columbia and Moberly
    Columbia, MO, US (HQ)
    1 Ray Young Dr
    Moberly, MO, US
    101 McKeown Pkwy
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    MFA Oil Financials and Metrics

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    Founding Date

    1929

    MFA Oil Online and Social Media Presence

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    MFA Oil Blogs

    How to Read a Propane Tank Gauge and When to Order a Delivery

    Checking your propane tank gauge regularly is an easy way to ensure you always have enough fuel. If you run out of propane, national safety codes require that a qualified technician inspects your system for leaks before placing your system back in service, which will require a technician to enter […

    Goldman Sachs Predicts $100 Crude Oil in 2022

    In its monthly report, OPEC stuck to its forecast for strong growth in world oil demand in 2022 despite the Omicron coronavirus variant and expected interest-rate hikes, predicting that the oil market would remain well supported through the year. It expects world oil demand to increase by 4.15 milli…

    Oil Demand Proves Resilient Against Latest Covid Variant

    Crude oil and refined fuel product prices rose by at least 1% on Friday and were supported by increased geopolitical risk between Russian and Ukraine, OPEC+ not meeting their production quotas, and recent output disruptions in Ecuador, Libya, Nigeria, and Kazakhstan. US energy firms added the most o…

    Understanding Diesel Gelling and Icing and How to Combat Both Issues

    Gelling and icing can be a major worry during cold months when it comes to diesel fuel. Wondering if your truck or tractor will start in cold weather is a genuine concern but one you can avoid with proper maintenance.   Preventing Icing Issues The most common diesel fuel issue in […] The post Under…

    MFA Oil Declares $6.5 Million in Cash and Equity Distributions for Member-Owners, Reports 2021 Fiscal Performance

    MFA Oil Company, a farmer-owned energy supply cooperative, announced it would pay $6.5 million in cash to its members in exchange for doing business with the company. The cooperative shared the news during its 92nd Annual Delegate Meeting on Dec. 13 in Columbia, Mo. Nearly 350 delegates, guests and…

    How to Prepare Your Home for Winter Storms

    As the season for severe winter weather approaches, make sure your family and your property are prepared for whatever the winter brings. Winter storms can create high winds, treacherous roads and drop significant snowfall. If you find your home in the projected path of a winter storm this season, c…
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    MFA Oil Frequently Asked Questions

    • When was MFA Oil founded?

      MFA Oil was founded in 1929.

    • Who are MFA Oil key executives?

      MFA Oil's key executives are Jon Ihler, Janice Serpico and Kenny Steeves.

    • How many employees does MFA Oil have?

      MFA Oil has 363 employees.

    • Who are MFA Oil competitors?

      Competitors of MFA Oil include GCL New Energy Holdings, Montauk Energy and Monterra Energy.

    • Where is MFA Oil headquarters?

      MFA Oil headquarters is located at 1 Ray Young Dr, Columbia.

    • Where are MFA Oil offices?

      MFA Oil has offices in Columbia and Moberly.

    • How many offices does MFA Oil have?

      MFA Oil has 2 offices.