Enoc mulling self-service stations
- United Arab Emirates: Thursday, February 21 - 2013 at 03:18
Dubai's Emirates National Oil Co (Enoc) is considering the possibility of introducing self-service for fuel refilling across the Enoc/Eppco network of stations, Gulf News has reported. The proposed move, which will see the service initially provided between 12 midnight and 6am, aims to enhance the convenience of motorists, optimise the company's operational efficiencies and promote cost optimisation, said Enoc. "When motorists become familiar with the concept of self-service, we believe that it will also encourage them to further conserve on energy resources. We will ensure the convenience of motorists with our station staff providing all guidance needed to the motorists for the safe refill of fuel," said the managing director of Enoc Retail, Burhan Al Hashemi.
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