Royalty Report: Oil & Gas Extraction, Energy Resources & Svcs, Energy & Environment – Collection: 1377

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Category: Technology Licenses, Created On: 2022-04-28, Record Count: 11

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Category: Technology Licenses
Created On: 2022-04-28
Record Count: 11

Primary Industries

  • Oil & Gas Extraction
  • Energy Resources & Svcs
  • Energy & Environment
  • Machinery
  • Petroleum Refining
  • Drilling
  • Environmental Control
  • Tool
  • Alternative and Renewable Energy
  • Remediation
  • Exploration
  • Water Treatment
  • Drill

IPSCIO Report Record List

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IPSCIO Record ID: 1377

License Grant
In connection with the acquisition, beginning October 1, 2011 the Licensee entered into a royalty agreement with the former owners. On September 1, 2011, the Licensee completed the acquisition of a Canadian corporation serving the oil and gas industry. Royalties are payable quarterly and are based on Angel pump product revenues.
License Property
The proprietary Angel pump can pump both liquid and gas simultaneously without gas locking.  It provides a cost effective method to produce pressure-depleted gas wells.
Field of Use
The Field of Use relates to the energy industry.

IPSCIO Record ID: 26265

License Grant
The Company acquired complete ownership of Seller’s subsidiary that had as its principal assets (a) a Patent License Agreement with the a University respecting the technology. Pursuant to such Patent License Agreement, the Licensee now has the exclusive worldwide License rights for the use of Patent No. 6,705,403.
License Property
The inline electrical submersible pumps and jet pump technology.

Researchers at the University developed the jet pump technology.  It utilizes an inline Electrical submersible pump and jet pump to separate liquid and gas streams down-hole. As the Electrical submersible pumps pump the liquid, the free gas is entrained and compressed by the JP (located upstream from the Electrical submersible pumps), which is powered by the liquid being pumped. The compressed gas then rejoins the liquid stream and is pumped to the surface. Beneficially, the system allows, among other things, a submersible pump and a jet pump to be used in combination in a high gas-to-liquid ratio well without installing a gas vent line.

IPSCIO Record ID: 6252

License Grant
Licensor hereby agree to assign and transfer whatever right, title and interest they have in the license agreement and the BORS Lift technology, in accordance with the terms of that Absolute and Unconditional Assignment.
License Property
Our Balanced Oil Recovery System Lift, or BORS Lift, is a device that extracts oil from shallow, low-volume stripper wells, which are defined as those wells which produce up to 10 barrels per day.  By lifting oil rather than pumping, the BORS Lift eliminates conventional rods, tubing, downhole pumps or pumping units and related maintenance costs typically associated with conventional methods.  The operating concept is based on a balanced technology of extracting oil at the same rate as its recovery through a collection tube and discharging it into a collection tank without collecting water.  Using the BORS Lift, wells that have historically produced 25 barrels or more of salt water in a day are now collecting only oil.  This eliminates the need for salt water disposal.  Based on independent tests, we believe that the BORS Lift can increase oil production in shallow, low-volume 'stripper' wells by up to 400 percent, while significantly decreasing operating costs.

IPSCIO Record ID: 360

License Grant
The Licensor hereby grants to the Licensee the unrestricted rights to use the Technology and services of the Licensor per the terms defined in this Agreement.
License Property
Licensor holds world-wide proprietary rights and a patent pending Technology, construction plans, materials specifications and operational capability for a plant to recover hydrocarbonaceous products from oil shale in situ. (USA Patent Application #10/357,718).
Field of Use
The License shall include assistance in location of plant, drilling, materials, construction of plant and operation of same via a Facility Management Contract so as to allow the Licensee to commence commercial operations in a turnkey manner.

IPSCIO Record ID: 27647

License Grant
Company entered into a royalty Agreement on acquisition of Intercept Rentals. The Technology licensed is a patent pending propane powered Frack Water Heating System. There will be a Royalty on the gross revenues from the operation of the frac water heating technology which will be payable for period of ten years, at which time it expires.
License Property
Intercept Rentals new heating technology called 'BIG HEAT', is a patent pending propane powered Frack Water Heating System that provides a safer and more efficient heating method than the methods used today by the oil & gas companies and their fracking operations.
Field of Use
The Licensee is an oil and gas service company whose primary business is providing an innovative and proprietary technology that heats water used in the fracturing process by exploration and production companies operating in Canada and the United States. These services are designed to enhance safety, increase efficiency and results in lower costs.

IPSCIO Record ID: 740

License Grant
This Agreement is a worldwide, exclusive, transferable, and sublicensable License to the invention, the Licensed Patent, and the Related Patents pertaining to the downhole separation of a gas and a liquid.
License Property
Licensed Patent shall mean and include the United States Letters Patent No. 6,761,215 by James E. Morrison and Guy Morrison III, entitled “Downhole Separator and Method”  and all reissues or reexaminations thereof.

IPSCIO Record ID: 29083

License Grant
The Licensor granted the Licensee a non-exclusive license for a patent used in the production of oil from shale or tar sands, and any reissues, reexaminations, or improvements that may be based upon the aforementioned such patent.
License Property
Licensed Products shall also include any electricity produced, chemical by-products or waste shale products which can be sold and are therefore included within the definition of Licensed Products.

United States Patent #U.S. 6,709,573 B2 which cover a process for extracting hydrocarbon products and related products from oil shale and tar sands (the “Patented Process”)

Field of Use
The technology covers a process for the extraction of oil from oil shale.

IPSCIO Record ID: 29377

License Grant
Russian Licensor grants to Licensee/Buyer, a British Isles based energy investment enterprise, an exclusive license under Licensed Subject Matter to sell Licensed Products.
License Property
The Licensor is the developer and owner of a unique technology for the processing of APG that is carried out at the drilling field by a Modular Mobile Structure. involves the use of block-modular mobile complexes that each contain mini gas processing units and can be used in any environment where APG is flared. The advantages of this APG system are many but can be summarized as speed of construction and installation, small cost and a worldwide market.

Associated Petroleum Gas (APG) is a by-product of crude oil extraction and its flaring currently accounts for approximately 400 million tons of harmful greenhouse gas emissions into the atmosphere every year. APG flaring has far reaching effects on the environment, public health and the economy.

Field of Use
Licensed Field means solving APG flaring problem by utilization via processing with output to be the following products Natural gasoline (stable or unstable) and/or LPG and/or Dry natural gas and/or Electricity at the territory of Nigeria.

IPSCIO Record ID: 1375

License Grant
The agreement is to launch Phase II of a three-phase project related to the research and development of an oil and gas exploration product.
License Property
Technology relates to RFID technology in some segments of the oil and gas exploration and production product that will be used by oil and gas operators attempting to assess the feasibility of their drilling activity.
Field of Use
The rights granted apply to the energy industry.

An unique down-hole tool designed to operate in the extreme temperature of the well borehole environment. We expect the tool to be used to evaluate and improve production in oil and gas wells, including both new and previously drilled wells.

IPSCIO Record ID: 3942

License Grant
As of November 20, 2008, as amended February 2, 2009 and July 10, 2009, Montana Mining entered into a Share Exchange Agreement with Produced Water Solutions, Inc, pursuant to which the parties agreed that Montana would acquire PWS on the terms and conditions of the Agreement.

The Licensee, a Province of British Columbia, Canada, desires to assume the Agreement and Montana desires to assign the Agreement to the Licensee as set forth herein; and subject to the completion of the Acquisition, the Licensee hereby grants to Montana a royalty on all net revenue that is actually received by the Licensee or PWS from the Produced Water services provided by PWS to the oil and gas industry using PWS’ reverse osmosis and ultra-filtration technology during the period ending thirty six months from the date of this Assignment.

Field of Use
The rights apply to the oil and gas industry.

IPSCIO Record ID: 161941

License Grant
The purpose of this contract is to explore the Contract Area and develop such nationally-owned Hydrocarbons as may be found therein between the Canadian Licensee and the Columbia Licensor.
License Property
Hydrocarbons Any organic compound consisting mainly of the natural mixture of hydrogen and carbon, as well as substances related thereto or derived therefrom, except for helium and rare gases.

Gaseous Hydrocarbons  All hydrocarbons produced in gaseous state at the surface and reported at standard  conditions (1 atmosphere of absolute pressure and a temperature of 60 deg. F).

Liquid Hydrocarbons Includes crude oil and condensates, as well those produced in such state as a result of gas treatment when pertinent, reported at standard conditions.

Field of Use
This agreement pertains to the energy industry relating to oil and gas extraction.
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