Enoc opens three fuel stations in Sharjah, add two more by end-2019
The Government of Dubai-owned firm plans to expand its retail network by 30 stations in Sharjah over the next two years
Dubai’s state-owned Emirates National Oil Company (Enoc) has opened three service stations in Sharjah’s Al Nahda, Sharjah Industrial Area 3, and Al Yarmook areas, with the facilities making the first three of the five stations scheduled to be completed in the UAE’s cultural capital by the end of 2019, which is aimed at meeting the growing demand for fuel, and automotive services in the emirate.
In a statement the fuel service provider said that opening of the stations was a part of its plans to expand its retail network by 30 stations in the emirate over the next two years.
Each of the three stations are spread across an area of 278.7m2, and features four multimedia fuel dispensers, multiple fuel tanks, and Zoom stores. The remaining two service stations will open in Al Weshah, and Al Khan by the end of 2019.
Speaking about the stations’ opening, group chief executive officer of Enoc, HE Saif Humaid Al Falasi, said: “Our expansion plans in Sharjah is an integral component of our strategy, and is in line with our commitment to offer the communities we serve convenient access to fuel as well as automotive, and retail services.”
Enoc looks to open 191 stations across the UAE by 2021.
May this year also saw the company reveal its plans to build 62 fuel stations ahead of Expo 2020 Dubai, of which Enoc is the Official Integrated Energy Partner.