Quest Oil Group, an integrated indigenous energy provider, said its expansion drive across Nigeria was to meet customers’ needs for better and quality service delivery.
The chief executive officer, Quest Oil Group, Dele Goke, who stated this while opening a new retail station in Benin City, Edo State, noted that it was a step further in their quest to effectively meet the demands of customers in the state capital and environs.
Goke expressed hope that the retail station will avail the good people of Edo State the opportunity to experience the excellent customer service that the company is known for, improve access to quality petroleum products as well as create employment for the unemployed youths in the area.
“Quest was established over 10 years ago with a vision to become a value-driven energy company providing eco-friendly and innovative services in the Nigerian oil and gas industry.
“In order to deepen her footprint in the downstream sector, Quest acquired Ascon Oil Company in 2019 and is currently in the process of rebranding her retail stations across Nigeria,” Goke said.
Also speaking during the event, the Head, Sales Marketing, Ukwa Anya, said the firm has over 20 retail stations located at various parts of the country, adding that they were open for partnership.
“Over the years, we have consistently offered our customers clean and efficient energy solutions and also maintained strict compliance to stipulated guidelines on Petroleum products purchase and distribution.
“Apart from the sale of PMS, Quest also prides in the marketing of quality range of engine oil and lubricants. Our station also comes with fully installed LPG gas skid to provide cooking gas at affordable prices to Benin metropolis,” he stated.