Manama, The Al-Saya refueling service station has opened in the area Al Busaiteen, as part of the follow-up of Oil Minister Shaikh Mohammed bin Khalifa Al-Khalifa to ensure premium services for citizens and residents.
National Oil and Gas Authority (NOGA) Chief Executive Officer Nasser Sultan Al Suwaidi inaugurated the facility as part of a strategy aimed to increase the number of fuel stations in all governorates and improve petroleum services.
The station, established which covers 5,800 square metres, features pumps offering Jayed, Mumtaz, Super and diesel, public facilities including supermarkets, fast food restaurants, ATMs and car related services, as well as shops in order to provide high quality services at competitive prices.
The station is the first of four scheduled to be ready during the first half of this year. The three others are in Salman Town, Awali and Muammar.
NOGA Chief said that the authority in studying along with Bapco a number of demands to set up stations in various regions across Bahrain such as Hamad Town, diplomatic area, Arad, Diyar Al-Muharraq.
Source: Bahrain News Agency