developing quality gas that’s best for your car

Quality fuels

Our quality fuels are the energy behind your journey  

It’s the expertise we put into our fuels that makes the difference

For more than 130 years, ExxonMobil has been committed to developing quality fuel products to get Americans where they need to go. Today we continue to lead the way ‐ putting our energy and expertise into engineering our new SynergyTM gasoline and diesel fuel products to meet the performance needs of your vehicle.

Did you know?

ExxonMobil is one of the few oil and gas companies that maintains an active research organization dedicated to keeping the gasoline that goes into your vehicle in step with the latest technology. We focus on technology and innovation, so you can focus on everything else.

Stringent quality controls are in place at every step

  • At the refinery, where crude oil is refined into gasoline, diesel and other petroleum products, ExxonMobil conducts tests to verify that our fuel meets or exceeds engine builder and industry specifications
  • We test the fuel again as it enters the pipeline or barge for delivery to the terminal
  • At the terminal, our additives are precisely injected as each delivery truck is filled, ensuring the quality of our fuel
  • Finally, fuel dispensers at Exxon- and Mobil-branded service stations have built-in filters to provide a final cleaning just before the fuel enters your vehicle’s tank


Our fuels adhere to applicable government standards

After our fuels have been delivered to Exxon and Mobil stations, we regularly survey them to confirm that they contain the proper type and amount of our detergent additivesand that they meet applicable federal, state and locally specified standards.


  • Quality fuels

    Your local Exxon and Mobil stations offer several different types of SynergyTM fuel. Learn about our various grades of high quality gasoline and diesel fuel and see which is the best choice for your vehicle.

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†The data has been sourced from the U.S. Department of Energy.
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