March 25, 2023

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ENOC opens a service station on Al Tayd Road in Sharjah

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ENOC Group has opened a new service station in the Al Badeh area of ​​Al Thaid Road in the Emirates of Sharjah, bringing the total number of its stations in the Emirate to 10, with a total of 159 service points distributed across the country.

The new station will include 6 automatic pumps, an independent path for refueling with diesel and 5 tanks with a capacity of 15,000 gallons.

This includes the first and second stages of the fuel vapor recovery systems to recover the vapors that are emitted during the refueling of the station tank and the vapors that escape from the vehicle tanks during refueling. Both stations operate with a fully automatic fuel delivery system, automatic fuel monitoring system and electronic leak detection system.

Saif Al Falasi, CEO of ENOC Group, said: “Our expansion plans in the Emirate of Sharjah are focused on meeting the needs of its residents and visitors. As we prepare for the next 50 years, the Group will continue to invest in improving infrastructure in the UAE and accessing fuel resources for all its residents and visitors.

The station is built to international best practices in retail fuel sales and to the highest modern building standards, and has fully automated solutions for retail and green building standards provided by the Sharjah City Municipality.

The plant is designed using state-of-the-art technology for varying airflow in an air-conditioned system, emphasizing ENOC’s ongoing efforts to improve efficiency in energy and resource management.

It is characterized by a high efficiency ratio, which helps to reduce energy consumption by 35%. The station uses ozone-free and environmentally friendly refrigeration gas in all its cooling units, while the lighting systems are made up of high-energy LED lights that require no maintenance and have a lifespan of 50,000 hours. This reduces energy consumption. 50%

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The station has a 315 square meter “Zoom” store that serves more than 7,500 food and beverage products to consumers. The station accepts multiple payment methods, including the use of ENOCPay, Vehicle Identification System (ViP) and “Dubai Now”, and allows customers to receive points and rewards when paying for fuel and car services, in addition to the “Yes” reward plan. Purchasing of goods and groceries from stores and F&B outlets in the expansion of the network of ENOC service stations.