Emirates News Agency – ENOC Group opens new marine service station in Al Hamriya Port

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DUBAI, 19th October, 2022 (WAM) — ENOC Group today announced the opening of a new marine service station in Al Hamriya Port, Dubai, making it the 8th marine service station in the emirate.

Al Hamriya Port is a cargo gateway to Dubai. The port is well known for its flexibility, being able to accommodate different types of vessels, from traditional dhows to a variety of vessels. The new marine station will also meet the fuel needs of fishing vessels, government vessels such as Dubai Customs and Dubai Police, adding to their convenience and ease of access to fuel.

Saif Humaid Al Falasi, CEO of ENOC Group, said: “Al Hamriya Port is competitively positioned as the traditional cargo gateway to Dubai and strategically located as the central commercial hub of the UAE. The opening of our new marine service station underscores our commitment to fueling Dubai’s commercial lifeline; while showcasing the rich maritime heritage of the United Arab Emirates.

Located in Deira, off the northeast coast of the city, Al Hamriya Port serves as a traditional cargo gateway, allowing the movement of cargo between Dubai and the Arabian Gulf, East Africa and the United States. ‘India. The location of the port makes it an ideal destination for goods which benefit from the proximity of the city.

The latest marine fuel station is equipped with two fuel tanks and two fuel dispensers, offering diesel, as well as a prefabricated structure including a ZOOM convenience store and the control room. The entire resort is located on an area of ​​3,552.09 square feet.

The marine service station was built according to world best practices. It will include innovative technologies to improve energy efficiency; with features such as variable refrigerant flow (VRF) air conditioning to reduce electricity consumption by up to 35% and LED lighting which reduces energy consumption by 50%. The stations also feature a vapor recovery unit, high efficiency LED signage and solar deck lighting on the pontoons.

Lina Ibrahim

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