Four Tulsa companies are creating 537 new jobs under Oklahoma's Quality Jobs Program.
The Oklahoma Department of Commerce says D&L Oil Tools, Team Oil Tools, Trinity Containers and Ameron International have each received an incentive to expand their business under the program.
Under the Quality Jobs program, the state of Oklahoma provides quarterly cash payments up to 5 percent of new taxable payroll directly to a qualifying company for up to 10 years.
D&L Oil Tools is adding 100 jobs. It manufactures downhole injection oilfield equipment.
Team Oil Tools is adding 200 new jobs. It provides oil and gas industry with customized and standard completion tools.
Trinity Containers is creating 108 jobs. Its Tulsa facility will manufacture storage tanks and is working on producing vacuum tanks.
And Ameron International is expanding and adding 129 jobs. The company manufactures steel pole products for traffic signal, highway and residential street lighting.