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Adnoc’s expansion drive gains pace


Adnoc Distribution continues network expansion as it surpasses 450 stations in the UAE.

Business Bureau, Gulf Today

Adnoc Distribution, the UAE’s largest fuel and convenience retailer, has marked a major milestone as it celebrates the opening of more than 450 stations in the UAE. The 450th station became operational in April, is located at Sustainable City in Dubai, and was the latest ‘Adnoc On the go’ neighbourhood station and the company’s 31st station to open in the emirate of Dubai as of the  April 30 this year.

Marking this important occasion in the company’s continued expansion, the Sustainable City station was recently host to an official celebration, attended by senior members of the company leadership team, including CEO, Bader Al Lamki.

The new ‘Adnoc On the go’ station at Sustainability City, one of 42 neighborhood stations now open across the UAE, offers the community eight fueling pumps and a stand-alone ADNOC Oasis convenience store. The modular station aims to offer fuel and retail convenience to communities where traditional outlets are impractical.

The company’s network has grown further following the 450th milestone, with a total of 454 locations operating by the end of April as well 337 Adnoc Oasis convenience stores, and with a number of sites also in the advanced stations of construction. The company is targeting to open a total of 70-80 new locations during this year, across the UAE and Saudi Arabia.

Adnoc Distribution, listed on the Abu Dhabi Securities Exchange (ADX) under the symbol “ADNOCDIST”, is the leading fuel distributor and convenience store operator in the UAE. ADNOC Distribution operates 454 retail fuel stations, 337 convenience stores as of 30 April 2021 and is the leading marketer and distributor of fuels to commercial, industrial and government customers throughout the UAE. Adnoc Distribution is the only fuel retailer operating in all seven emirates in the UAE, and in 2018 expanded its operations internationally, opening two service stations in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia. To find out more, visit

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