Emirates Gas, GIS unite to enhance LPG services & safety standards

By Shilpa Annie Joseph, Desk Reporter
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Officials from Emirates Gas and GIS during the signing ceremony.

Emirates Gas, a subsidiary of ENOC Group, has entered into a partnership with Gas Integrated Solutions (GIS), a subsidiary of UAE’s Aquacool Metering, to enhance safety and security standards in the use and distribution of liquified petroleum gas (LPG) and its derivatives for consumers in the Dubai. 

The agreement focuses on offering a comprehensive portfolio of integrated smart and innovative solutions for customers in the residential sector, with the goal of ensuring the highest safety and maintenance requirements as well as a continuous and sustainable supply of gas to communities.

Emirates Gas will work with GIS to support local authority requirements, and ensure that technical and safety standards are implemented in the communities.

GIS will provide customers across its locations with digital billing and gas management services. Through this partnership, many communities across Dubai will benefit from the services provided in the coming months, according to the statement.

Mr. Saif Humaid Al Falasi, Group CEO, ENOC commented that, “As a market leader in the gas industry in the UAE, we are committed to the safety of our customers and consumers. Through this partnership with GIS, we will strengthen our offering in the residential sector by providing complete integrated LPG services in line with the highest standards of safety and security.”

Mr. Mohamed Saif Al Ketbi Chairman of Aquacool & GIS noted that, “GIS is committed to upholding the highest safety and security standards in the industry and this new partnership will see Emirates Gas and GIS providing complete integrated LPG services including LPG supply, maintenance, and billing to the residential sector. GIS will be responsible for the agreements with the consumers as a third party, whilst Emirates Gas will focus on delivering the product to the consumers.”

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