In the Middle East which has the world’s largest sour gas reserves, the pressure of demand from expanding economies, particularly in the UAE and Saudi Arabia, is resulting in further examination of their sour gas resources.
Foremost among this regions projects is the Emirate of Abu Dhabi which plans to be self -sufficient in gas by 2030 and ADNOC have recently announced the Optimum Shah Gas Expansion (OSGE) project to be completed in 2023.read more
Another of the well appreciated aspects of SOGAT are the in-depth practical training FREE TO ATTEND workshop. For SOGAT 2022 the pre conference workshops will take place on September 5th.
The technologies involved in sour field development and production are and will continue to progress and the latest developments across the whole sour hydrocarbon management spectrum shown in the technical scope below will be included in the well-respected SOGAT Conference Programme.
Emirati giant plans to develop 10 million tonnes per annum liquefaction facility at Fujairah. Up to four leading international engineering giants are in the frame for a key contract from Abu Dhabi National Oil Company (Adnoc) for work on a liquefied natural gas export terminal in the United Arab Emirates.
A consortium of China CAMC Engineering Co (CAMCE) and CNOOC Petrochemical Engineering Co. (CNOOC Petrochemical Engineering) has been awarded an engineering, procurement, and construction contract worth $412 million by Kuwait Energy Basra Co (Kuwait Energy) for a 130 million standard cubic feet per day natural gas processing facility in Basra, Iraq.
Abu Dhabi-based National Petroleum Construction Company (NPCC) has announced that its consortium with Technip Energies has secured a major Feed contract from Petronas Carigali for one of the world’s largest carbon capture and storage (CCS) projects at the Kasawari gas field off the coast of Sarawak in Malaysia, thus marking its entry into Southeast Asian market.
The National Mining Committee aims to measure the need for use ofnatural gas within the manufacturing process through a survey. This willalso support the mining sector and raise its contribution to the overallgross domestic product.
Emirati state giant plans to develop a two-train, 9.6 million tpa LNG export facility at Fujairah to cater to several gas markets around the world. US contracting giant KBR has landed a prized contract from Abu Dhabi National Oil company (Adnoc) for the project management consultancy (PMC) work on its Fujairah liquefied natural gas export facility in the United Arab Emirates.
This is the perfect opportunity to meet your hosts and fellow delegates and exhibitors plus special guests in an informal setting in the exhibition area. All conference participants and partners are invited to attend.read more