Woqod opens fuel station in Umm Garn; 87th in Qatar Sep 12, 2019 0 169 12345 Tribune News NetworkDohaQatar Fuel (Woqod) on Wednesday opened a new fuel station in Umm Garn, raising its network of stations to 87. With the new facility in Umm Garn, Woqod has moved a step closer to its objective of opening 114 fuel stations by 2020.The Umm Garn fuel station is spread over 9,600 square metres and has three lanes with nine dispensers. The new station offers round-the-clock services to residents and includes a Sidra convenience store, a manual vehicle wash, oil change and tyre repair facility, an LPG cylinder outlet and a shop that sells gasoline and diesel products for light vehicles.Woqod is currently constructing 24 new petrol stations, a large number of which are expected to become operational during the current year. Woqod’s CEO Engineer Saad Rashid al Muhannadi said, “Woqod strives to expand its fuel station network in the country to meet the rising demand and achieve the goal of providing customers with access to best-in-class products and services at their convenience and comfort.” Woqod recently hastened the construction of new petrol stations to meet the fuel and energy needs of the country. “Woqod team would like to extend their gratitude to all governmental and private entities that have contributed and still contributing to the completion of such projects,” Muhannadi said. Pages 12 POST A COMMENT RELATED ARTICLES QC pledges support for Cuba to attract Qatari investments Sep 12, 2019 0 176 Qatar set to host mega global events next year Sep 12, 2019 0 205 QC joins in efforts to boost Arab-Turkish trade and ties Sep 12, 2019 0 55 Bull run continues as QSE gains for 4th session Tribune News Network Doha Continuing its gaining trend for four trading sessions in a row, the Qatar Stock Exchange (QSE) main index gained 90.82 points, 0.88 percent, to close at 10,466.49 points Wednesday. All seven .. Qatar’s State Audit Bureau participates in GCC meeting in Oman DOHA: A delegation from the State Audit Bureau participated in the 20th meeting of the Gulf Cooperation Council Accounting and Auditing Organisation, which began on Wednesday in Muscat, Oman. The delegation was led by ..