Emirates National Oil Company (ENOC), a wholly-owned entity of the Dubai Government, is a leading force in the economic diversification and sustainable development of the UAE.
Established in 1993, ENOC’s primary focus has been to develop downstream and upstream activities in the oil and gas sector. Over the years, ENOC has expanded into several high-growth business sectors to create long-term value for its stakeholders.
ENOC’s vision is to be a leading integrated oil and gas group that is highly profitable and socially responsible towards its employees, the communities it serves in and the environment.
With over 30 active subsidiaries and international joint ventures, the Group’s business portfolio includes refining, oil trade, terminalling & storage, bunkering, liquefied petroleum gas, aviation fuel marketing, lubricants blending & marketing, informational technology, with core operations in the Middle East, Asia, Europe and Africa.
The winner of several international awards for quality, environmental sustainability and service standards, ENOC operates a network of ENOC and EPPCO service stations and is also credited with launching the Middle East region’s first ‘green service station.’ The retail network features branded convenience stores, car wash, oil change and overall vehicle maintenance facilities.
Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) is a fundamental purpose and value at ENOC. Human Fuel, which aims to raise funds for the United Nations World Food Programme (WFP) and Dubai Charity Association to address global hunger, is one of ENOC’s key CSR initiatives.
ENOC is a strong participant in environmental protection, community development and health & safety awareness. Emirates Gas, a wholly-owned subsidiary, promotes Compressed Natural Gas as clean and green fuel of choice that supports the ‘Green Economy for Sustainable Development’ vision of the UAE.
ENOC has over 6,000 employees globally and strives to attract, develop and retain top talent to become the employer of choice, while adopting latest technologies and implementing best practices to achieve world-class performance.
Apart from providing the energy behind Dubai’s phenomenal growth, ENOC is proudly associated with quality, service efficiency, sustainability and a deep-rooted partnership with the community.
Committed to the highest standards of business ethics and integrity, ENOC keenly abides by its ‘Code of Business Conduct,’ based on the core values of Team Work, Integrity, Transparency, Respect and Customer Focus.
Recognised as a ‘Superbrand,’ ENOC is the energy ‘behind every successful journey.’
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