Ministry of Petroleum and Mineral Resources has fully activated its electronic application “Mop stations” that now became compatible with iPhones, the ministry announced in a statement.
The ministry said the action comes as a part of the ministry’s efforts of implementing its digital transformation policies.
The application designed to identify the locations of car refueling stations of various types of fuel on all smartphone devices, including the users of iPhones, who can download the app from the following link:
The ministry activated the application for Android devices in February, which can be downloaded through this link:
The application enables users to locate the nearest fueling station, providing their needed services, whether it is 80-octanes, 92-octanes, 95-octanes benzene, compressed natural gas (CNG), diesel, or electrical recharge.
Currently, the app includes the location of all fueling stations in the local market, as well as car services providers such as maintenance, oils and others.
The application provides continuous updates on the locations of the new stations, which have recently entered service.
It aims to keep pace with the continuous development and growth of stations, especially natural gas supply stations.
The Ministry is implementing an urgent plan to spread CNG fueling stations in many sites. The number of CNG providing stations reached nearly 400 stations to cover the demand for those the service.