The McColl-Frontenac Oil Company was created in 1927 as a result of a merger between two companies, McColl Bros. and Frontenac Oil Refineries. Shares in the new company were acquired by the Texas Corporation, and by 1941 it had acquired a majority ownership position of McColl-Frontenac. At that time, the oil company was then rebranded as Texaco. McColl-Frontenac was known for it's branding of it's oil and products as "Red Indian".

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