Kuwait National Petroleum Company has opened a new fuel filling station in the residential city of Jaber Al Ahmad bearing the number 136, which is the second station that it operates in the city, while two new plants are expected to be operational during the coming period.


The company stressed that the opening of this station comes as part of a plan to establish a group of fuel stations in various regions of the country, especially in the new residential areas, in order to meet the needs of the population with petroleum products, and to keep pace with the urban expansion in the state.
She indicated in this regard that she continued to implement this plan despite the effects of the crisis of the spread of the Corona virus, so that during this crisis she had previously run a new station in the city of Sabah Al-Ahmad, and another temporary in the Mahboula region.
The company stated that the new plant, which is located in Block 6 of Jaber Al-Ahmad City, is distinguished by its modern modern design, and uses advanced solar energy technology, through solar panels that produce clean energy that works to provide 30 percent of the plant’s electricity needs.
She explained that the plant also contains a steam recovery unit, capable of capturing fumes while filling the vehicle’s tank with fuel, then intensifying and returning it to the tank, which contributes to reducing environmental pollution.
The company indicated that the station will provide its customers in the near future with many additional services, such as the mini-central market, an ATM, and toilets for men, women and people with special needs, as well as enabling customers to pay for their fuel consumption through advanced and easy to use electronic technologies and applications.
The new gas station is among a group of 18 new gas stations that are currently under construction. Seven stations have been opened so far, with two stations in Jaber Al-Ahmad City, one station in northwest Sulaibikhat, and 4 stations in Sabah Al-Ahmad Residential City, while it continues Work to complete construction of the rest of the stations by the first months of next year