ADNOC Distribution awarded operating licence in Saudi Arabia

The Ministry of Municipal and Rural Affairs (MOMRA), which regulates the Kingdom's fuel station industry, issued the award during a signing ceremony in Riyadh.

The signing ceremony in Riyadh was attended by Dr Abdul Qader bin Othman Amir (left), undersecretary, Ministry of Municipal and Rural Affairs, Saudi Arabia, and Abdulla Al Menthari from ADNOC Distribution.
The signing ceremony in Riyadh was attended by Dr Abdul Qader bin Othman Amir (left), undersecretary, Ministry of Municipal and Rural Affairs, Saudi Arabia, and Abdulla Al Menthari from ADNOC Distribution.

ADNOC Distribution, the UAE’s largest fuel and convenience retailer, has been awarded a licence to own, operate and manage fuel service stations in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia.

The Ministry of Municipal and Rural Affairs (MOMRA), which regulates the Kingdom’s fuel station industry, issued the award during a signing ceremony in Riyadh.

ADNOC Distribution has committed to opening one service station in Saudi Arabia in 2018, as part of its growth strategy which is focused on expanding choice for fuel customers, improving its convenience store offering and being more efficient with costs.

Saeed Mubarak Al Rashdi, ADNOC Distribution’s CEO, said: “We extend our thanks to MOMRA for issuing our licence to operate in the Saudi Arabia. Drawing on our 45-years history of success in the UAE, I am confident that we will bring more choice and service to customers in the Kingdom while always being mindful of our 100% commitment to safety.”

ADNOC Distribution is the leading fuel distributor and convenience store operator in the United Arab Emirates, with an approximate 67% market share by number of retail fuel service stations.

Recently, ADNOC Distribution announced an agreement to open 10 Géant branded convenience stores in the UAE in 2018.

Under the deal, which followed a competitive process, 10 existing ADNOC Distribution convenience stores are being refitted with the Géant brand, along with a new design, layout and product mix including high quality fresh food, new food to go solutions, groceries, snacks and confectionery. The rebranded convenience stores will remain owned and operated by ADNOC Distribution.

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