In order to better support ENOC’s expanding customer base in the area, the service station is ideally situated next to the Dubai Police and Dubai Traffic Department.
The strategic alliance with the Emirates National Oil Company was praised by Lt. Gen. Al Marri (ENOC). He also praised “the long-standing connection” between the two parties for supporting awareness campaigns, smart services, and our dedication to offering high-caliber services that guarantee the enjoyment of our neighbours.
Lt. Gen. Al Marri emphasised that opening the new service station is part of a larger effort to improve ties between the Dubai Police and ENOC in order to ensure the delivery of long-lasting services to society’s constituents and to support the Emirate of Dubai’s infrastructure in accordance with the highest international standards.
Lt. Gen. Al Marri emphasised the value of collaboration between the public and private sectors in attaining shared objectives and eventually boosting the prosperity of our dear emirate.
The Commander-in-Chief of the Dubai Police also praised the two parties’ cooperation over the years in launching joint initiatives, such as “Services on the go,” which helped to maximise customer satisfaction by offering a distinctive and innovative service that keeps up with the objectives of smart transformation in the emirate.
“We are happy to engage with Dubai Police to better serve our expanding customer network, including the nearby residential neighbourhoods,” said HE Saif Humaid Al Falasi, Group CEO of ENOC. In order to ensure a sustainable energy future for all, we will continue to support the nation’s economic growth and energy security through this cooperation.
The new station complies with ENOC’s pledge to promote sustainability across the country by having fully automated gasoline systems with automatic tank gauging and electronic leak detection devices.
The ENOC station also features a solar canopy that can produce up to 120 kWh of renewable energy. Furthermore, the lighting and illumination applications use low voltage, zero maintenance LED lights with a 50,000-hour lifespan that protect against electrical and fire hazards and use 50% less energy overall, lowering ENOC’s carbon footprint. Additionally, the LED lights contain motion sensors that, when there are no customers, automatically reduce the lights in the forecourt canopy, saving up to 50% of electricity.
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