XOM supplies Delvac for diesel and Mobil 1 for higher output engines …In the US:
Phillips 66 - Ford Motorcraft
Phillips 66 - AC Delco
Phillips 66 - Honda
Exxon Mobil: VW-Audi
Exxon Mobil: Toyota
Exxon Mobil: Nissan
Exxon Mobil: formerly AC Delco
Exxon Mobil: formerly Honda
Castrol lent the Syntech name, I don't think we are sure if Calumet or Omni is bottling it however. Omni bottles existing O'reilly's oil and uses the same bottles of the Syntech oil, but BP signed an agreement for Calumet to blend and bottle oil for them in 2016. Either way the oil appears to come from Shreveport and the Omni and Calumet refineries are next door to each other there. Personally I don't see it being worth the price when Castrol Edge is cheaper at Wal-Mart.Castrol does Syntec for O’Reily’s
Mobil used to do lots of private label oils … but since the merger they have focused on selling base stocks to private label formulators …This is a very good question...
Especially in regards to Shell or ExxonMobil...
I know Citgo made oil for some Wally World store regions.
Warren Distribution and Warren Oil make oil for all kinds of stores... Federated Auto parts, Dollar General, Family Dollar.
Pinnacle makes oil for Speedway gas stions and I think Marathon too.
That will make it cost more to produce on top of paying someone else to do the work. If company "A" buys a million 'units' of an additive pack for their own blend, they pay one price. If they can buy 2 million units of the same additive pack for their oil as well as private-labeling someone else's, they'll get the additive pack cheaper. They can also run a single production batch and only have to switch packaging halfway through.just that it was likely manufactured per the private label companies specifications, which would likely have a different additive pack or even base stock.