McDougall Energy sets up local office in St. Catharines area

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A Sault Ste. Marie based Fuel and Lubricant Distributor acquires Superior Petro Fuels business

McDougall Energy Inc. (McDougall Energy) will now be operating out of the St. Catharines area with the acquisition of Superior Petro Fuels (a division of Superior Plus LP) along with their home heating oil, commercial fuel and lubricant business. With this acquisition McDougall Energy will expand its local presence in the region offering customers residential home heat, commercial fuel, and lubricants. This deal brings with it a fully operational hub in St. Catharines complimented by McDougall Energy’s nearby St. George location. Additionally, McDougall Energy is excited to be welcoming their St. Catharines team who will be continuing on as the area’s local contacts. This acquisition further expands McDougall Energy’s reach into Southern Ontario where they currently serve the Greater Toronto Area and its many surrounding regions.

McDougall Energy is a third generation family-owned business that has recently seen acquisitions in the Owen Sound and Brantford regions. As an official EssoTM Branded Reseller they have been providing fuel and lubricant to their customer base across Ontario for over 70 years. This acquisition comes with the recent announcement of the company receiving the Canada’s Best Managed Platinum Member designation in March.

When asked about this acquisition Darren McDougall, President of McDougall Energy had this to say; “We are excited to be able to grow in the St. Catharines region. We are happy to be expanding our customer base and offer our quality local service as a fuel and lubricant provider. We would like to welcome these new customers into the McDougall Energy fold. Our experience mixed with our local, trusted support staff will ensure that their transition is as seamless as possible.”

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  1. So they are going to gouge our St. Catherines neighbors to death too. So glad to live in a border city to avoid this 24/7/365 gouging by these ‘wonderful corporate citizens’.

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