Dubai: «The Gulf»
Dubai provides, for the first time in the region, an innovative mobile fuel station; ENOC Link, ENOC Group’s comprehensive digital vehicle fuel delivery platform, announced the launch of its new and first-of-its-kind mobile station in the region on Palm Jumeirah.
The station is equipped with a fuel tank of 30,000 liters and can refuel up to four vehicles at one time.
It includes canopies made of carbon fiber, known for its light weight, used in Formula 1 cars, to provide shade for station operators and customers, and it is equipped with innovative digital refueling systems that give customers a different and unique experience.
The e-Link mobile station can provide a continuous supply of Special 95 and Premium 98 petrol at the same prices as conventional stations.
Saif Humaid Al Falasi, CEO of ENOC Group, said: “As a national petroleum company, we take it upon ourselves to meet the refueling needs of our customers in the UAE, especially as they are looking for easy and affordable services today. Hence the importance of the innovative e-link future stations with a design that gives them reliable, secure and easily accessible services. We realized the absence of refueling services on Palm Jumeirah, so we launched this new station to meet the growing needs of the residents and visitors of this residential area. This step confirms our firm commitment to support the digital transformation strategy in the UAE, and we will continue to make all possible efforts to provide innovative digital solutions that keep pace with the aspirations of customers.”
It is worth noting that e-Link mobile stations are characterized by their ability to provide completely new experiences, and they are independent stations designed in a futuristic and innovative style, and do not require any installation and assembly operations, which facilitates their rapid transfer to different locations according to the needs of the population and changes in levels of fuel demand. It is also designed in accordance with sustainability standards such as a vapor recovery system that contributes to reducing emissions while filling fuel from fuel tanks. The station operates on biofuels, which allows it to reduce its carbon footprint, and includes digital LED screens to display content and lighting systems that help in carrying out work safely, and it is equipped with smart meters enhanced by Internet of Things technologies, communication via cloud computing technology, and the ability to track using the Global Positioning System (GPS) and wavelength identification technology RFID radio.
Highest safety standards
ENOC Link meets the highest international safety standards issued by international bodies, including the National Fire Protection Association, the Convention on the Transport of Dangerous Goods by Road, and UL guidelines and standards. To ensure that health and safety risks are minimized during on-site refueling, the trained service team applies the highest safety protocols when refueling.
The digital project “ENOC Link” is part of the accelerator program “NEXT”, the project wholly owned by ENOC Group and provides an innovative digital fuel delivery service in a reliable and secure manner based on providing analytical data for fuel delivery to companies operating in various industrial sectors.
Dubai: «The Gulf»