Qatar Fuel (Woqod) opened on Wednesday the Al Gharrafa-2 petrol station and one mobile diesel station near the Woqod Bu Fesseela station, raising its network of petrol stations to 76.
Engineer Saad Rashid al-Muhannadi, Woqod CEO, said: “We are pleased to open our new fixed petrol station, Al Gharrafa-2. Woqod aspires to expand its petrol station network in the country to meet the rising demand for petroleum products and achieve the goal of providing customers with access to best-in-class products and services at their convenience and comfort.
“Woqod has recently accelerated the process for the construction of new petrol stations to meet the fuel and energy needs of the country. Woqod team would like to extend its gratitude to all concerned governmental and private entities that contributed and are contributing to the completion of this project.”
He added that Woqod is currently overseeing the implementation of 21 new petrol stations, a large number of which is expected to be operational during the current year, noting that there are nine stations in the bidding phase and 14 stations in the design phase.
He also said Woqod, in furtherance of customer satisfaction, opened one mobile diesel station near the Woqod Bu Fesseela station and is currently working on the dismantling of diesel dispensers from Bu Fesseela station and will replace them by petrol dispensers to reduce the vehicles congestion.
Al-Muhannadi said: “As part of its strategic expansion plan, Woqod is targeting to achieve a total of 130 fuel stations by the end of 2020.”
Al Gharrafa-2 is spread over an area of 15,000sq m and has four lanes with 12 dispensers that will serve Al Gharrafa and its neighbourhood.
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