The construction of two new gas stations in the Lebap province was started by the employees of the Lebap self-supporting repair and construction site of the “Turkmennebitonumleri” main department.


Each gas station, designed to serve 500 cars per day, will be equipped with high-tech equipment with electronic control, which will ensure promptness and quality of service. During the construction of gas stations, modern structures and non-combustible finishing materials will be used. The territory of gas stations will be landscaped, the lighting is thought out taking into account the specifics of the objects.


In addition, boxes will be equipped at each gas station for car washing, a minor repair service, and the sale of spare parts.


One of the gas stations will be built near the Turkmenabat-Gazachak highway, not far from the mosque in Darganata district. The second will be located on the territory of the Daihan association named after J.Khyakimov of the Chardzhev district.


It is envisaged that by the end of this year, modern gas stations in the Chardzhev and Darganata districts will be put into operation.


Thus, in the Lebap province, new gas stations are built annually. So, in December 2017, a new gas station was commissioned in the city of Magdanly of the Koytendag district of Lebap province. And in December 2018, a modern gas station was commissioned in the Farab district of Lebap province.


In general, in Turkmenistan, the network of modern gas stations equipped with the highest standards is expanding from year to year, which helps to improve the quality of service for motorists.


Turkmenistan fully provides the domestic market with domestic fuel and lubricants. Due to its good quality, some of the refined products are exported to other countries.


Until the middle of this year, gasoline in our country was produced at the Turkmenbashi complex of oil refineries and at the Seydi oil refinery. After a modern plant for the production of synthetic fuels from natural gas was commissioned in the Akhal region on June 28, 2019, gas stations of Turkmenistan began to sell ECO-93 gasoline that meets the EURO

-5 standard.