Dow showcases treating solutions for Middle East sour gas fields at SOGAT

Dow Gas TechnologistThe Amine Management programme was a comprehensive gas sweetening service programme tailored to each customer’s performance objectives and optimised their total system costs. (Image source: Dow)The Dow Chemical Company has been showcasing a range of solutions designed to reduce the expenses of the gas processing industry’s assets to treat hydrogen sulfide and CO2 at the Sour Oil and Gas Advanced Technology (SOGAT) exhibition

At the ongoing conference in Abu Dhabi from 24-28 March 2013, Dow Oil, Gas & Mining is expected to exhibit a full-range of solutions at the event, including its Amine Management programme, amine and physical solvents used in gas sweetening and the UCARSEP heat stable salt remediation process.

Antoine Samaha, global strategic marketing director at Dow Oil, Gas & Mining, said, “The region’s sour gas processing industry is growing rapidly amidst tightening clean air regulations. With our core gas treating technical and application expertise, we are able to solve our customers’ most pressing challenges, such as the reduction of sulfur emissions.

“We work closely with our customers to ensure that the solutions we offer are right for them. Our full range of products and services provide the industry with technology options to maximise efficiency while minimising costs.”

Samaha noted that the Amine Management programme was a comprehensive gas sweetening service programme tailored to each customer’s performance objectives and optimised their total system costs.

“We look forward to exposing customers in the region who are interested in gas treating services to this technology at SOGAT,” Samaha added.

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