Kuwait National Petroleum Company (KNPC) has signed a contract with Combined Group Contracting Company for building 10 new filling stations worth KD 15.47 million (around USD 51.25 million) nationwide.
The contract was signed by KNPC’s CEO Mohammad Al-Mutairi and CGC Vice-Chairman Raad Al-Abdullah, with several officials from both sides attending.
The new stations are just part of the KNPC’s 19-station package, and another contract for the remaining nine stations would be concluded ate a later date, KNPC Deputy CEO for Support Services and Spokesman Basem Al-Issa said to KUNA.
KNPC’s CEO Mohammad Ghazi Al-Mutairi emphasized that the contract should be implemented as scheduled as this is of paramount significance to the company’s expansion, and even matches the country’s urban sprawl, especially in new residential cities.
The new stations would be built in a modern architectural style that reflects the company’s civilized image, and would provide integrated and various services, he said to KUNA
Source: Kuwait News Agency