ENOC opens service stations in Lehbab and Al Qudra
The service stations are designed sustainably to achieve 50% reduction in its overall energy consumption
ENOC Group has opened two service stations in Lehbab and Al Qudra in Dubai after the recently-opened Dubai Investment Park (DIP) service station.
The expansion comes as part of the group’s strategic plans to strengthen its retail presence across the UAE and is representative of its support towards the government through the provision of uninterrupted fuel supplies and services to communities amid the ongoing COVID-19 outbreak in the region.
The opening of the two service stations takes the current total number of ENOC service stations in the UAE to 147.
The Lehbab service station is located along Lehbab Road and is expected to cater retail, fuel and automotive services to commuters traveling to Jebel Ali; while Al Qudra station will serve communities in the area such as Arabian Ranches 2, DAMAC Hills, Mudon and Sustainable City.
Speaking about the expansion, group chief executive officer, ENOC Group, HE Saif Humaid Al Falasi, said: “Our retail strategy is focused on expanding a robust retail network that will enable us to offer customers easy access to fuel, automotive and retail services, while identifying opportunities to better serve communities across the UAE. Our new and strategically located service stations will further add to the convenience of our customers in meeting their daily needs, especially during these difficult times when people are encouraged to stay home; or within the vicinity of their residential communities.”
The stations are equipped with CCTV surveillance as well as automatic number plate detection cameras to ensure high security.
The stations also offer sustainable features include the LED lighting system, which also safeguards against electrical and fire hazards. The LED lighting is expected to help achieve 50% reduction in the station’s overall energy consumption. In addition, the air-conditioning uses modern technology to reduce energy use by 35%.
Earlier this year, the group revealed its plans to open 22 service stations across the UAE by end-2020, aiming to deliver more than a two-fold growth in service stations, compared to 2019.