Doha- December 30, 2008
Qatar Fuel (WOQOD) today opened another new petrol station in Al Nuaija area of Doha. The new station called Al Hilal station is located on Najma 41 Street, which connects the C and D ring roads.
The state-of-the-art petrol station was inaugurated by WOQOD’s Chairman H.E. Abdullah Bin Hamad Al Attiyah, Deputy Prime Minister, and Minster of Energy & Industry. Also attending were Vice-Chairman and Managing Director, Mr. Mohammed Turki Al Sobai, Members of the Board of Directors of WOQOD, and valued guests, WOQOD employees and suppliers.
The petrol station provides services such as a convenience store, internet café, laundry, post office, ATM machine, automatic and manual car washes and car oil change among other services.
The station also offers both diesel and three grades of gasoline, Silver (90 Octane) Gold (95 Octane) and Platinum (97 Octane) all located on a large forecourt making it easy for customers to find the fuel they want.
Mr. Mohammed Turki Al Sobai, WOQOD’s Vice Chairman and Managing Director stated that, “This new service station provides our customers the convenience and quick service experience that WOQOD has pioneered in this country. We invite our customers to come and have a dine-in experience at SIDRA, which is WOQOD’s own brand of convenience store. Like all WOQOD service stations, it is open 24 hours a day offering customers living and working in the area the convenience of being able to buy what they want when they want it.”
We have learnt from the experiences of our earlier service stations,” Al Sobai continued, “The latest WOQOD service station provides additional car washing services to better handle the increasing demand for car washing. We have updated our SIDRA Convenience Store as well.”
WOQOD has three other service stations that are near completion and will open them in the New Year. The locations are in the Industrial Area, Al Rayan and in Dukhan. At least a dozen additional locations are in various forms of planning and construction and further openings will occur in the latter part of 2009.