Qatar Fuel recently opened its largest WOQOD station at Sawda Natheel, as part of its preparations to welcome visitors attending the FIFA World Cup Qatar 2022™. The station will serve as a gateway for GCC residents coming to Qatar by land.

According to WOQOD Managing Director and CEO Saad Rashid Al Muhannadi, they are pleased to inaugurate the Sawda Natheel 2 station to meet the needs of customers in the area.

Green and ready to serve

As part of WOQOD’s green initiative, in line with Qatar National Vision 2030, Sawda Natheel 2 station has been equipped with units to generate electricity from solar energy to cover part of the energy used in the station, in collaboration with Siraj Energy. It also has units for charging electric vehicles installed, in cooperation with Qatar General Electricity and Water Corporation (KAHRAMAA).

The 30,000 sq m Sawda Natheel 2 station is about 33-km from the border in the direction to Doha and will welcome visitors to Qatar 24 hours a day. It has a Sidra Garden store for daily necessities, a food court with shops and eateries, and two drive-through restaurants. It also has a mosque and an LPG distribution centre for SHAFAF cylinders.

Customers can also avail of different vehicle-related services from the station, such as manual car wash, oil changes and tire repairs for light vehicles, in addition to providing all types of petroleum products for light vehicles and trucks.

WOQOD is currently overseeing the construction of nine new fuel stations, most of which are expected to be operational in the second half of 2022.

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