GO Partners With UAE’s ENOC to Roll Out Pakistan’s First Mobile Fuel Stations

In an effort to cut down on the number of time consumers must spend traveling to find petrol stations, Pakistani oil marketing giant Gas & Oil Pakistan Ltd. (GO) announced plans to introduce mobile fuel stations around the country.

To bring the industry’s innovation to Pakistan, GO has teamed up with ENOC Link, the mobile fuel distribution division of the Emirates National Oil Company (ENOC).


On Wednesday, a group from ENOC Link visited Chairman OGRA, Member Oil, DG Explosives, and DG Oil to introduce the goLink station idea and begin the regulatory clearance procedure. They went with the CEO of GO, Zeeshan Tayyeb.

Once the regulatory licensing procedure is completed, the mobile stations should begin operating by 2022, according to GO.

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The oil marketing firm stated in a statement that “the goLink Station is a mobile fuel station plan that will provide for motorists simple reach and convenient fuelling services in their immediate access.” Due to its ability to be installed on paved or existing parking lots, it is intended to dramatically reduce the amount of time that consumers must drive to reach a petrol station.

Additionally, the goLink Stations feature digital technology, including digital payment methods, and provide users access to the GO Card loyalty program.

GoLink Stations will provide customers with a consistent supply of GORON 92, GORON ULTRA 95, and GO Diesel fuel, subject to regulatory permission.

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