019 - Mohamed Sorour a Chemical Engineer from the EAEAT Academy Affiliated to the Ministry of Military Production in Egypt
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In this episode, I talked with Mohamed Sorour, a student from the EAEAT, the Egyptian Academy For Engineering And Advanced Technology which is affiliated to  the Ministry of Military Production of Egypt.

We chatted about Geopolitics, the importance of the Oil & Gas Industry in Egypt and the Middle East, the discovery of the Zohr Field and its relevance in the new Natural Gas trend as well as how is life as an engineer in such arab states.

We also discussed two processes, the Amine Gas Treating, which is used to "sweeten" or remove impurities of H2S in natural gas as well as the TEG Dehydration used also in Natural Gas Treating.

I really enjoyed this one, since it is now a student in a not so conventional private university but a university affiliated to the Military Ministry as well as covering some theoretical concepts and HYSYS Simulations.


Show Notes:

https://www.chemicalengineeringguy.com/the-blog/podcast/mohamed-sorour-a-chemical-engineer-from-the-eaeat-academy-affiliated-to-the-ministry-of-military-production-in-egypt/

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