Bahrain's NOGA chief opens 5,800m2 Al Busaiteen fuel station
The station is the first of four scheduled for H1 2020, with three due to open in Salman Town, Awali, and Muammar
The chief executive officer of Bahrain-based National Oil and Gas Authority (NOGA), Nasser Sultan Al Suwaidi, has officially opened an Al-Saya refueling service station in the kingdom’s Al Busaiteen area.
The opening of the 5,800m2 refuelling station is in line with the directives of Bahrain’s Minister of Oil, Shaikh Mohammed bin Khalifa Al-Khalifa, to ensure premium services for citizens and residents.
The station will feature pumps offering Jayed, Mumtaz, Super, and diesel, as well as public facilities including supermarkets, fast food restaurants, and ATMs. It will also host shops and and car related services.
The station is the first of four scheduled to be ready during H1 2020. The other three stations will be opened in Bahrain’s Salman Town, Awali, and Muammar, according to the state-run Bahrain News Agency.
Al Suwaidi said that the authority and Bapco are also reviewing demand to set up refuelling stations in other regions such as Hamad Town, Arad, and Diyar Al-Muharraq.