ENOC Group has announced the opening of its new service station in Al Tallah Road in Ajman, bringing the total number of ENOC’s service stations to four in Ajman and 148 across the UAE.
According to a statement from ENOC Group, the new service station is equipped with five bridge canopies, 10 multimedia fuel dispensers and five fuel tanks with a capacity of 15,000 imperial gallons. It is also powered with stage two vapour recovery systems to reduce emissions while the fuel is stored into storage tanks and during refuelling of vehicles. It is powered with a fully automated fuel system with auto tank gauging as well as an electronic leak detection system, the statement added.
Al Tallah road is a densely populated area and is also a key route that leads to the E311 highway, and the new service station will cater to the residents of Ajman as well as commuters travelling from neighbouring emirates.
Saif Humaid Al Falasi, group CEO of ENOC, said: “As we conclude the year 2020, we remain committed to develop robust retail infrastructure and support the government’s aspirations towards the next 50 years under the guidance of His Highness Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Vice President, Prime Minister and Ruler of Dubai.”
“This is reflected in our expansion plans across Dubai, Ajman and Northern Emirates. The new service station in Ajman is a testament to our efforts to support the economic growth of the Emirate; ensuring a steady and uninterrupted fuel supply to residents and commuters.”
The statement summarised that the fuel station is built with complete retail automation and modern construction standards and is compliant with Ajman Municipality’s green standards. The service station is also equipped with a 305 sqm. ZOOM store and a Pronto, offering more than 7,500 food and beverage options.
Highlighting ENOC’s strong focus on energy and resource management, the service station is built using ultra-modern variable refrigerant flow technology for its air conditioning system with high energy efficiency ratio that reduces energy consumption by 35%.
The service station also uses ozone free and environmentally friendly refrigerant for all its refrigeration units. The lighting and illumination are based on zero maintenance, low voltage LED with a lifespan of 50000 hours, thereby achieving 50% energy saving, the statement added.