Dow Oil & Gas to showcase latest technologies at SOGAT 2012

Dow Oil & Gas will showcase a full range of innovative, customised technologies and services for refining, gas processing and natural gas transmission at the 2012 Sour Oil & Gas Advanced Technology (SOGAT) exhibition.

Co-sponsored by Dow Oil & Gas, the conference will take place March 25-29 at the Hilton Corniche in Abu Dhabi.

"SOGAT 2012 is an ideal forum to celebrate our global milestone for references in gas processing – a true reflection of our partnership with, and ongoing commitment to, the key players in this industry sector for more than 65 years,” said Antoine Samaha, commercial director, Dow Oil & Gas, Middle East and Africa. “The oil and gas industry continues to change and evolve, making these collaborative relationships more important than ever before. And with our extensive market expertise and application experience, we’re in a strong position to help maximize value for our customers with our outstanding specialty solvents and services tailored to each facility.”

The Dow Oil & Gas booth (#10) will feature gas treating and gas transmission specialty technologies familiar to the industry, including: UCARSOL™ and SELEXOL™ Solvents, DOWTHERM™ Heat Transfer Fluids, and NORKOOL™ Coolants, Cleaners, Degreasers and Desiccants.

Badar Al Saadi, Dow Oil & Gas technical service engineer, for the Middle East and Africa, will present a technical paper titled, “Increasing Gas Treating Capacity through Solvent Upgrade and Optimisation Techniques,” on March 27.

Dow offers customers in the Middle East much more than just products. With more than 250 combined years of experience in removing contaminants from natural gas – including sulfur, CO2 and mercaptans – Dow is also renowned for its services in the oil and gas industry, such as the AMINE MANAGEMENTSM Program. This unique program helps optimise plant performance and maximize value for customers by offering customized amine system recommendations based on the unique needs of refineries and gas processing plants. After understanding a facility’s needs, Dow conducts a sample analysis and makes a tailored recommendation to help most efficiently meet specification. Dow provides ongoing support to help maintain this optimization at existing facilities and also works with new facilities on plant design and on-site start up.

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