Adnoc opens new outlet in Abu Dhabi

Al Bahya Service Station offers a range of petroleum products and services round the clock

Saeed Mubarak Al Rashdi, Acting Chief Executive Officer of Adnoc Distribution, announced the opening of Al Bahya Service Station in Abu Dhabi.

The opening of the new services station articulates Adnoc Distribution’s strategic plan to expand its services station network to meet the growing customer demand for its services and products, while keeping up with the continued population growth and urbanisation in the UAE.

Fitted out with the latest equipment, the new service station comprises 7 Islands in which 12 fuel dispensers offering E-Plus 91, Special 95, Super 98, Green Diesel and Natural Gas for Vehicles (NGV).

Following the opening ceremony, Saeed Mubarak Al Rashdi, Acting Chief Executive Officer of Adnoc Distribution, said: “At Adnoc Distribution, we pursue an ambitious expansion plan that seeks to achieve excellence in service delivery, and empower daily lives of the community we serve. In addition supporting the country’s sustainable development, this expansion plan will help us meet the country’s growing energy needs fuelled by the rapid economic growth and urban expansion in recent years.”

Al Rashdi added: “The opening of Al Bahya Service Station is a key step towards improving the operational efficiency of Adnoc Distribution service station network and expanding our geographical presence across the UAE to provide the best-in-class services to our customers. Adnoc Distribution will leverage its expertise to provide outstanding facilities and services to the residents of Al Bahya.”

The newly opened services station offers a range of petroleum products and services round the clock including vehicle refuelling, LPG cylinders depot, a car care services, a mosque and Adnoc Oasis store that includes a bakery. Apart from that, an ATM machine and a fast food restaurant that will open soon. The service station also provides automatic car wash and oil change services every day from 7 am to 11 pm.

Dubai Gazette