International best practice

The Emarat engineering department has established policies and procedures in line with international best practice, which are enforced across the Emarat value chain and include any activities carried out by third-party partners.

All new generation Emarat filling stations are designed to meet local and international health, safety and environmental guidelines, which include municipality standards, planning regulations, the UAE Fire & Safety Code 2018, SIRA / Police guidelines for CCTV Systems , TRA guidelines for telecommunications, ASHRE Standards, DEWA/SEWA/FEWA guidelines, EN Standards, UL Standards, ASTM, NFPA, API, IP  and ISO for contractors and consultants.

All Emarat state-of-the-art terminals and stations are equipped with the following infrastructure, technologies, and solutions:

  • A Scada System and / or automatic tank gauging system that offers better stock control and increases overall facility efficiency    
  • Vapour recovery systems
  • Double wall fuel storage tanks and fuel piping systems for environmental protection 
  • Leak detection systems 
  • Energy management systems for lighting and temperature control, and for the monitoring of energy consumption   
  • LPG Staff

Engineering services

The Emarat Engineering Maintenance team works around the clock, seven days a week, 365 days a year to make sure that every aspect of Emarat operations is working to the highest standards of safety, environmental responsibility, and efficiency.  

From clean and efficient petrol pumps to automatic fuel gauging systems that monitor leaks and in-house terminal engineers overseeing LPG transfer from tankers, the Emarat engineering operation is central to our ability to deliver the highest standards across the board in everything we do.  

We provide our clients with engineering support services, many of which are commercial and critical infrastructure customers, from Dubai Police to Federal Electricity & Water (FEWA).

  • Engineering Services