Dealoil is an innovative oil and derivatives trading company with many of the leading professionals from the UK and around the world working with us. Our mission is to always respond to the needs of our customers with integrity and efficiency to ensure they can take advantage of the best conditions within the market.
Established in 2016, Dealoil operates from its headquarters in the heart of London.
We are dedicated to connecting global buyers and sellers of oil and creating profitable and long-lasting partnerships by seeking the best market price and delivering the highest standards in terms of our services, attention-to-detail and customer care.
We bring together the best leaders and innovative thinkers from the UK and worldwide, including Lawyers, Engineers, Market Analysts and Accountants.
Our expertise, insight and passion is born from years’ of experience in the Oil sector and across the industry.
We provide unprecedented access to trading opportunities and always deliver the highest quality of service.
We guide our customers through the entire oil buying and selling process; from drawing up contracts to assisting at any point in the delivery chain.
We deliver our unrivalled customer experience by identifying the best economic dynamics for any given market, locating potential trading opportunities and trading effectively and securely.
We receive an initial order request from our customer
We assess our database of suppliers to match the requirements and check pricing
We present a detailed contract back to our customer to approve
We provide administrative and legal support to fulfil all operations to customers and suppliers
Our supplier delivers the agreed product to our customer
We pay our supplier the contractual fee received from our customer, net of our commission
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Become a partner
If you are interested in becoming a Dealoil partner please get in touch by emailing us at email@example.com. We look forward to hearing from you. The Dealoil team