Seven companies selected for developing Oman's integrated fuel stations: Housing ministry

Ministry of Housing announced via its Twitter account the names of companies selected

  
Image used for illustrative purpose. Pumping gasoline fuel in car at gas station

Image used for illustrative purpose. Pumping gasoline fuel in car at gas station

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Muscat - Seven companies have been selected for setting up integrated fuel stations on the Batinah Expressway and Adam-Thumrait Highway.
 
The Ministry of Housing announced via its Twitter account the names of companies selected.

Saud al Shizani International has been selected for setting up a station in Al Suwaiq al Hur on the right side of the road; Sumaiya Batti al Riyamiyah (left side of the road) in Al Suwaiq al Hur; Shell Oman Marketing Company (right side of the road) in Saham al Rawdha, and Hassan Ibrahim al Farsi in Liwa (left side of the road).

Al Maha Petroleum Products Marketing (right side of the road) in Haima al Ghaftain; Mohammed Salim al Harsousi (right side of the road) in Haima-Wilayat Centre and Al Shafaq Constructions company (left side of the road) in Maqshan-Wadi Bani Khuwaitir.

The ministry had earlier shortlisted 93 applications, which were then referred to the technical analysis team. The bidders were to provide a timeline showing the stages of project implementation, preferably not exceeding two years from the date of signing the contract, along with a preliminary economic feasibility study with a commitment to management of facilities.

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