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Attock Petroleum

Attock Petroleum Limited
Private
Traded as KSE: APL
Industry Petroleum
Founded 1998
Headquarters Islamabad, Pakistan
Products Lubricants , LPG , CNG
Website http://www.apl.com.pk

Attock Petroleum Limited (APL) is one of four oil marketing companies in Pakistan to be granted a license, in February, 1998. Attock Petroleum is part of the Attock Group of Companies, which is the only fully integrated group in the oil and gas sector of Pakistan involved in exploration and production, refining and marketing. Attock Petroleum's corporate head office is registered in Islamabad.

APL has a network of petrol pumps in NWFP & Punjab. APL is strengthening its presence in major urban areas such as Karachi, upper Punjab and Afghanistan.

APL outlets provide CNG at selected stations. Other facilities like tire shop, mosques, and rest areas are also on-site.

APL has entered into a hospitality arrangement with other oil marketing companies to focus on retail development in high volume generating areas (e.g. major cities and highways). In line with this objective, APL has applied for the required Non-Objection Certificates (NOC) for locations in Islamabad, Lahore and Peshawar.

For better controls and improved customer service at sites, APL operates a quality assurance unit, for on-site testing of petroleum products. APL has 421 outlets in Pakistan.

APL has opened two petrol stations in Jalalabad, making APL

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