Dow to Showcase Solutions for Natural Gas at SOGAT 2011

Dow Oil & Gas, a business unit of The Dow Chemical Company, will be showcasing a range of innovative, customized solutions for the oil and gas industry at the 2011 Sour Oil & Gas Advanced Technology (SOGAT) exhibition.


The conference, sponsored in part by Dow Oil & Gas, will be held March 27-31 at the Hilton Abu Dhabi.

Dow Oil & Gas will be at the core of industry discussions at the event, presenting two technical papers during the CO2 Forum on March 31. Craig Schubert, Dow Oil & Gas Research Leader, will present a paper on “Pilot Plant Scale Capture of CO2 from Boiler Flue Gas”, while Bruce DeBolt, Associate Director of New Business Development for Dow Oil & Gas, will present on “New CO2 Enhanced Oil Recovery Conformance Solution – Technology Development and Field Trials.” Together with UOP, Dow Oil & Gas will also host a workshop on SELEXOL™ Solvent technology.

Dow Oil & Gas has a comprehensive offering for natural gas, including well-known specialty products used to help efficiently treat gas to specification. At the SOGAT exhibition, conference delegates are invited to the Dow Oil & Gas booth, which will feature gas treating and gas transmission technologies and offerings, including: UCARSOL™ and SELEXOL™ Solvents, the AMINE MANAGEMENTSM Program, DOWTHERM™ Heat Transfer Fluids, and NORKOOL™ Coolants, Cleaners, Degreasers and Desiccants.

"SOGAT brings together the key players in this sector of the industry, making it an ideal venue for Dow Oil & Gas,” said Craig Arnold, General Manager of Dow Oil & Gas. “It enables our local and global teams to hear from the market, and it is a great forum for showcasing our capabilities.  The Middle East and Africa region is vital to our business, and we look forward to exchanging views on market trends and sharing our expertise with partners and clients."

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