Conference Team is led by Dr. Nick Coles
Nick's years of international experience in the field of specialised conferences and scientific research has helped us in developing an efficient and highly professional level of SOGAT event performance.
From the themed structure of the event, recognized by industry experts, to a specialized social network atmosphere that each of Dome's
provides a unique advantage that no competitor can emulate where by all aspects of sour hydrocarbon management are covered.
Dr. Nick Coles
has been organizing and managing international conferences, exhibitions, seminars, workshops and training courses since 1972.
He initially graduated with a First Class Honours Degree and thereafter obtained a Masters Degree and a PhD before becoming the Engelhard Research Fellow.
After a successful academic period and further management responsibilities for the then British Steel Corporation and BP and developing an international series of events for BHRA, he was invited to join IBC (now part of Informa Group) who at that time were a subsidiary of a public company.
As a main board director, he
co-directors were involved an MBO in 1983 and a reverse takeover of a UK Stock Exchange listed company in 1986.
Dr. Nick Coles, Conference Director,
currently acts as Director - Conferences for Dome Exhibitions based in where he
has been responsible for initiating several new events including this SOGAT series supported by ADNOC and leading IOC's and NOC's.
has now established itself as the meeting place in the Middle East that focuses on the Gas Conditioning issues that need to be developed in order to deliver sweetened the gas for industrial development and infrastructure usage.
Several overseas contributers have likened SOGAT
to such well established events as the Laurence Reid (LRGC) meeting for example.
"I truly believe that SOGAT
plays an important part in realizing the hydrocarbon assets here in the region, previously thought to be too difficult to ascertain and will continue to do so as the associated technologies continue to be developed and enhance the capabilities of delivering sweet gas in a cost effective manner."
Dr. Nick Coles