The ENOC Group on Tuesday announced the opening of a new service station in the Nat Al Sheba area on the Dubai – Al Ain Road to cater to the needs of residents of Nat Al Sheba 1 and 2 and drivers using the Dubai – Al Ain Road. Education goes to the city. The move comes in line with the expansion of this main road.
The new ENOC service station on the Dubai-Al Ain Road will include 4 refueling lanes, 8 automatic fuel pumps with digital screens, 5 tanks that can hold about 12,000 gallons, and an area for charging electric cars. Covering an area of 4,566 square meters, the station is equipped with the latest technologies and innovative features to cater to the needs of the residents around Nat Al Sheba.
Saif Humaid Al Falasi, CEO of ENOC Group, said: “We are committed to improving the growing infrastructure in the United Arab Emirates and meeting the growing demand for energy services in Dubai. ENOC Group has always been committed to providing the highest quality of automotive and retail services and providing uninterrupted fuel to customers. We are making progress in expanding the network of our stations in the country and providing such excellent services to the customers.
The new service station is equipped with secondary steam recovery systems to recover vapors from the station tank when refueling and from vehicle tanks when refueling. The station is equipped with a fully automatic refueling system, automatic fuel monitoring system and leak detection electronic system. Modern construction in accordance with the green standards used by the Municipality of Dubai.
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