As part of the company’s ongoing expansion plans to serve all areas in the country, Qatar Fuel (Woqod) has opened its 63rd service station in Madinat Al Mawater in Rawdat Rashid Village.
Woqod CEO engineer Saad Rashid al-Muhannadi said, “We are pleased to open this new station in Madinat Al Mawater to meet the country’s requirements. This reflects our ambitious plans to expand our network and accessibility within Qatar to cater to the growing demand of the local market, and ensure that high-quality products and services are available to all our customers at their convenience across the country. Woqod’s team is sincerely grateful to all public and civil authorities that contributed to the completion of this project.”
Woqod is currently engaged in the implementation of 27 petrol station projects, most of which are expected to be operational within this year.
With the addition of Madinat Al Mawater petrol station, the company’s branded stations network increased to 50 stations. The new station extends over an area of 7,403sqm and has three lanes that will serve Madinat Al Mawater and its neighbourhood.
The petrol station will offer round-the-clock services, including Sidra convenience store, auto wash facility, auto repair, tire services, and sale of LPG cylinders, gasoline and diesel products.
Woqod’s expansion strategy seeks to increase the total number of service stations operated by the company to 100 by 2020, thanks to the provision of necessary land by the concerned authorities.
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