Today, Monday, the National Petroleum Corporation inaugurated two new fuel filling stations in the residential city of Sabah Al-Ahmad, located in the south of the country, 76 kilometers from Kuwait City.
The Executive Vice President for Administrative and Commercial Affairs, the official spokesperson for the company, Ahed Al-Khorayef, told Kuwait News Agency (KUNA) that the two stations carry numbers 143 and 144 and provide petroleum products of all kinds in addition to a set of integrated services, including the mini-central market, the automated teller machine, and car maintenance.
He pointed out that the car wash service, which will be launched in the next few days, is available in Station No. 143, explaining that the two stations are also equipped with solar panels that produce 30% of the station’s electricity consumption, in addition to units to recover steam while filling the car’s tank with fuel that condense it and return it to the tank. Which contributes to reducing air pollution.
Al-Khorayef indicated that there is a special system in the two stations for measuring the level of fuel in the tanks that has the ability to record quick and accurate readings of the fuel level, indicating that this system is linked to the local marketing warehouses, and in the event that the fuel level in the station drops to a certain extent, it reports to send a fuel tanker to the station immediately, which is This ensures that the plant continues to operate without interruption.
He stated that with the opening of these two stations, the number of gas stations opened by the company in the Sabah Al-Ahmad residential city reached 8 out of 9 stations, while work is currently underway on the construction of the ninth station in preparation for its opening during the coming period.
In this regard, he stressed the keenness of National Petroleum to meet the population’s need for oil products in various regions of the country, especially the new residential areas, pointing out that the company has so far opened 16 new fuel stations as part of a strategic plan inaugurated in late 2019 that includes building 100 stations by 2030.