SOGAT 2022: decarbonising natural gas processing towards a net-zero future

SOGAT 0 DSC 2867 reducedSour Oil & Gas Advanced Technology 2022 (SOGAT 2022) takes place from 6-8 September at the Beach Rotana Hotel, Abu Dhabi

In the Middle East, which has the world’s largest sour gas resources, the pressure of demand from expanding economies, particular in the UAE and Saudi Arabia, is resulting in further exploitation of their sour gas resources.

The technologies involved in sour field development and production continue to progress, and the latest developments across the whole sour hydrocarbon management spectrum will be addressed in the well-respected SOGAT Conference programme. 

Low-carbon solutions in gas processing take centre stage, primarily as natural gas is seeing a huge increase in demand due to its abundance, variety and decreased carbon dioxide emissions, which is in turn boosting the global gas processing business. International presentations will be given on decarbonisation objectives, such as ADNOC’s CCUS programme, and accomplishments in gas processing.

In addition, the development of various novel procedures in the gas processing business will increase the technical and economic viability of the industry’s operations. By reducing energy usage, these solutions will help the gas processing industry save costs and achieve significant cost reductions. 

Topics to be discussed include low carbon solutions in gas processing; novel means of capturing CO2 in natural gas plants; hydrogen production from H2s; enhancing HSE practices in sour hydrocarbon management through digitisation; digitisation benefits in sour gas conditioning; new developments in materials management; new operational and design procedures to improve sulphur recovery efficiency; and technology applications to enhance contamination management.

Together with the latest technical developments displayed in the associated SOGAT exhibition, SOGAT 2022 will not only provide unique in-person opportunities to review the most recent activities for attendees to employ in their own environments, but also a venue to re-engage in business opportunities. 

Participating organisations include ADNOC, Aramco, FTV Proclad, Khalifa University, Comprimo, Thiozen, Hima, Schlumberger, MTR Membrane, Global CCS Institute, Tecscope, Rameshni & Associates Technology & Engineering, dsf, and Rystad Energy.

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