Dubai / Emirates Business
The retail business segment of Emirates National Oil Company (ENOC) plans to increase capacity by 40 per cent between 2016 and 2020 across its network of service stations in the UAE.
The growth plans include ongoing renovation of two major service stations in Dubai Internet City and Oud Metha and the construction of 54 more stations in Dubai. The expansion will meet ENOC’s long-term strategic objectives which are aligned with the Dubai Plan 2021 of creating a ‘Smart & Sustainable City’ for ‘Happy,
Creative & Empowered People’.
Burhan Al Hashemi, Managing Director, ENOC Retail, said: “We are looking at an increased growth over the next few years as ENOC expands and aims to be an international integrated oil & gas player.
“Our service station expansion programme is part of our growth strategy and we hope to alleviate some of the issues for our valued customers as we innovate to implement new technologies to promote sustainability, enhance customer experience and ensure the highest standards of health and safety”.
The renovated service stations will ensure safety, easier entry and reduced queuing at pumps. In addition to more dispensers, these stations will also have fully-fledged automotive services and retail stores, including ZOOM and Autopro.