Enoc Group has declined to offer further details of steps the company has taken to solve the petrol crisis.
The company broke its month-long silence on Tuesday to deny reports that the company's petrol stations in the Northern Emirates were to be sold to Adnoc.
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Several stations in Sharjah have been closed for almost two weeks after the company failed to meet a 72-hour deadline for restarting fuel supply, as set by the Sharjah Executive Council.
A spokesman for Enoc declined to comment yesterday on what the fate of the stations would be.