The Emirates National Oil Group (ENOC) announced that it is currently setting up three fuel distribution plants in the vicinity of Expo 2020 Dubai, Emarat Al Youm reported.
The plants are due completion by June 2020, the group projected, adding it would invest AED 150 million in the three stations.
ENOC plans to install electric vehicle charging outlets at all its new stations in Dubai, according to the state-run newspaper.
Zaid Al-Qafidi, executive director of the retail division at ENOC said that the group is currently working on the implementation of development and expansion plans of mobile stations in Dubai, which was launched for the first time in December 2018.
The development plans include adding new services such as the addition of gasoline Super 98 along with the Private 95 in the existing station with the provision of fuel supply on both sides of the car, Al-Qafidi added.
He further noted that the group will also consider ways to add diesel to the stations in the coming period to these stations in areas that may need this kind of fuel.
The expansion plan also includes building about seven mobile stations within two, while studying the expansion of the numbers of these stations, he added.