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ENOC’s new containerised fuel storage tanks will foster developments

The new tankers can store all types of fuel such as Gasoline Super 98, Diesel 10ppm, Gasoline Special 95 and Biodiesel5

Oil major ENOC has rolled out containerised fuel storage tanks with a capacity up to 41,000 litres as it seeks to ramp up developments in construction, mining and transportation. It is reported that the new tankers can store all types of fuel such as Gasoline Super 98, Diesel 10ppm, Gasoline Special 95 and Biodiesel5. The tanks can easily be installed at customer’s premises, cutting down costs. The installation process is seamless and the tanks expect to enhance operations in the long run.

The tanks are of great height and can be inspected, maintained and cleaned effortlessly. They come in two capacity- 25,000 litres and 41,000 litres. The self-bunded containerised fuel tanks are equipped with protective tanks to prevent fuel leak and spillages for safety reasons.

That said, the tanks can be transported from one place to another and they can be installed in areas that are hard to access. In addition, the fuel tanks have a tank gauge that helps to monitor fuel level, followed by a lockable filing point to foil fuel theft, a fuel inspection hatch for accessibility and an alarming system to indicate any fuel level drop.

Saif Humaid Al Falasi, Group CEO, ENOC, told the media, “The new containerised fuel tanks have allowed us to redefine our approach to business, offering our customers the option to have a dedicated refuelling offering installed at their premises. We previously launched a compact station, a relocatable station that can be installed and dismantled within 30 days in residential communities, which has seen a huge success among customers in Arabian Ranches.”

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