ADNOC Distribution has announced the reopening of its Al Jazeera service station located on Sheikha Fatima bint Mubarak Street (previously known as Najda Street) in Abu Dhabi, following the completion of fuel services upgrade works.
The service station underwent an eight-week long maintenance, following which experts from the company inspected the station and confirmed its readiness to commence normal operations.
Khalid Hadi, Vice President, Marketing and Corporate Communications at ADNOC Distribution, said, "The maintenance work at Al Jazeera service station articulates ADNOC Distribution’s sustained commitment to ensuring the high quality and efficiency of our facilities through modernising our entire service station network. The refurbishment is in line with our ongoing efforts to cope with the growing public demand for the company’s high-value products and services. I am delighted that the maintenance and upgrade works at Al Jazeera service station were completed as per our plans and within record time."
Hadi added, "In our efforts to deliver our high-value products and best-in-class services to our customers and ensure their overall satisfaction, ADNOC Distribution carries out regular maintenance of all service stations to improve their readiness and efficiency levels."
Al Jazeera service station offers fuelling and allied services round-the-clock, in addition to the ADNOC Oasis retail store and distribution of LPG cylinders.