Your needs are foremost in our minds every day. MFA Oil’s principles are founded upon our unwavering commitment to always do right by our co-op members, customers, employees and the communities we serve.
As a cooperative, MFA Oil is controlled by our co-op members, who elect delegates at annual meetings each fall. These delegates, in turn, elect an eight-member Board of Directors to establish company policy and set operating guidelines.
The company’s executive team works in tandem with the Board of Directors to meet the energy needs of our co-op members and other customers.
How We Give Back
MFA Oil believes in giving back to the communities where we do business. The company supports local charities and causes directly and through the MFA Oil Foundation.
How to Become a Co-op Member
Are you a farmer, or do you own land used in agricultural production? Become a member of the cooperative to earn patronage dividends on qualifying purchases and vote for local delegates.
Join Our Team
Start your career with MFA Oil and work with us to build a better future for the cooperative and our communities.
Our Cooperative’s History
In 1929, a group of Missouri farmers banded together to form a cooperative — one that would ensure a reliable supply of quality petroleum products at a fair price. Get to know our story.
Missouri farmers Founded MFA Incorporated.
MFA Incorporated establishes MFA Oil Company.
MFA Oil has 24 bulk plants in operation.
The company enters the service station business.
Raymond A. Young is named CEO and General Manager.
MFA Oil reorganizes as a non-stock cooperative with two classes of owners: MFA Incorporated and MFA Oil member-patrons.
The company purchases the tire warehouses of MFA Incorporated.
MFA Oil enters the propane business.
The company becomes a part owner of NCRA Refinery in McPherson, Kansas.
The company becomes a part owner of ECI Refinery in East Chicago, Indiana.
Dale Creach is named President; ECI Refinery declares bankruptcy.
The first Petro-Card 24 station opens in Chillicothe, Missouri.
The first Break Time convenience store opens.
MFA Oil purchases Jiffy Lube franchise in mid-Missouri.
The company partners with Big O Tires, Inc. to open franchise stores in Missouri.
Jerry Taylor is named President and CEO.
The wholesale tire division is sold.
Fuel transport operations are outsourced.
The buyout of MFA Oil’s ownership stake in NCRA Refinery is initiated.
Mark Fenner is named President.
MFA Oil acquires full ownership of its Big O Tires franchise stores; the buyout of MFA Oil’s ownership in NCRA Refinery is completed.
MFA Oil begins wholesale fuel distribution with the purchase of American Petroleum Marketers (APM).
Jon Ihler is named President and CEO.