Category: Technology Licenses
Created On: 2022-04-28
Record Count: 10
- Energy & Environment
- Energy Resources & Svcs
- Environmental Control
- Alternative and Renewable Energy
- Waste Treatment
- Business Method
- Oil & Gas Extraction
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IPSCIO Record ID: 26219
IPSCIO Record ID: 29326
IPSCIO Record ID: 173
Gasification is a process that converts carbonaceous materials, such as coal, petroleum, or biomass, into carbon monoxide and hydrogen by reacting the raw material at high temperatures with a controlled amount of oxygen and/or steam. The resulting gas mixture is called synthesis gas or syngas and is itself a fuel. Gasification is a very efficient method for extracting energy from many different types of organic materials, and also has applications as a clean waste disposal technique.
A new innovative hydrogen generation technology referred to as the PyStR process. PyStR, pronounced 'Pie Star,' is an acronym derived from 'Pyrolitic Steam Reforming.' This process can directly produce high purity hydrogen from biomass and other carbonaceous feed-stocks such as oil sands, coal and petroleum coke.
IPSCIO Record ID: 236659
IPSCIO Record ID: 6109
IPSCIO Record ID: 4558
As part of the Separation Agreement, the parties also amended their 2010 License Agreement to provide Licensor with on-going royalties from Licenseeâ€™s sale of engines utilizing the licensed technology.
It is worldwide in territory and exclusive for the specific applications of stationary waste heat recovery (WHR) and waste-to-power (WtP). Specifically Licensor grants exclusive rights to the Licensee for all the Licensed Technology including the Cyclone Engines and Components, and their designs and specifications, for the specific Applications defined above.
This exclusivity shall not exclude Licensor from pursuing and participating in development contracts, government grants and other similar projects which are meant to further the development of the Licensed Technology generally. Licensee shall maintain the commercial rights to manufacture, market and sell the Licensed Products which arise from such development projects, as they pertain to the stated Applications of this License.
Waste heat recovery (WHR) is the use of thermal energy (heat) as produced by machines or equipment that do work or in other processes that use energy and create heat that would otherwise be expelled into the atmosphere or used as another by-product;
Waste-to-power (W2P), includes as examples the incineration, gasification, pyrolysis, torrefication, conversion to syngas, or bio-digestion of bio-waste, municipal waste, commercial/home garbage, biomass, wood/wood pellets, waste/used fuels (i.e., used motor or food oils); the flaring of gasses such as methane from landfills, animal waste digestors, and oil field stranded gas; and similar uses. Unless subsequently agreed by the parties, the Applications exclude the use of refined (i.e., â€œspecâ€) bio-fuels.
The word â€œstationaryâ€ as used throughout herein, refers to systems that are not used on automotive vehicles or for other mobile vehicle applications. â€œStationaryâ€ may include WHR or W2P systems that are mounted to a flatbed truck, shipping container, pallet or other similar platform to allow for portability or mobility.
IPSCIO Record ID: 4002
In the case of commercial refineries, this is expected to result in drop-in fuels such as diesel and jet fuel. When used in existing fermentation facilities, it is expected to directly result in ethanol production. When used as a feedstock for other energy producers, particularly power generators, it is a renewable input source for co-firing with fossil fuels.
IPSCIO Record ID: 3592
The Technology, converts cellulose and waste materials into Ethanol and other high value chemicals.
IPSCIO Record ID: 299292
Licensor grants a nonexclusive license to use Licensors Technical Information to practice the TGP, THGP and/or TGPS.
TGP shall mean the process licensed by Licensor and improvements therein producing carbon monoxide and hydrogen by partial oxidation of carbonaceous substances, including without limitation refining or chemical plant byproducts streams, using oxygen or an oxygen-containing gas and including, but without limiting the foregoing, any means or methods of preparing such substances to the extent useful in such partial oxidation; introducing and reacting materials in a partial oxidation reaction zone; cooling the effluent of said reaction zone and recovering and conserving reaction heat; removing from said effluent materials which may or may not be returned to said reaction zone; and treating by-product or waste discharges.
Power Systems, or PS, shall mean the system and parts thereof, including processes and equipment for the generation of electric power, such as gas turbines, steam turbines and heat recovery steam generators along with any supporting and peripheral equipment.
TGPS shall mean the process licensed by Licensor where the TGP is used with PS including any means or methods for integrating and optimizing TGP and PS with any related removal and recovery of byproducts, such as sulfur, and air separation systems, and any modifications or improvements.
THGP shall mean the process licensed by Licensor for producing high purity hydrogen which combines the TGP with one or more of the following process steps Shift Conversion, Purification as each is hereinafter defined, membrane separation, methanation, and/or acid gas removal including any means or methods for integrating said combination, and any modifications or improvements.
IPSCIO Record ID: 3658
The MagneGas(TM) technology permits fuel production with a sufficient energy density to be used as a combustible fuel in a compressed form. The Company believes that MagneGas(TM) can be cost competitive to other liquid fuels when produced in large quantities.
The Company expects that revenues can also be generated from both the elimination and processing of liquid waste. It is intended that MagneGas(TM) be sold for any fuel application including metal cutting, automotive, electric generators, cooking and heating. MagneGas(TM) is produced by processing liquid wastes of fossil or biomass origin utilizing PlasmaArcFlow(TM) reactors. These reactors flow liquids through a submerged electric arc. The arc essentially decomposes the liquid molecules into a plasma at 7,000 to 10,000 degrees Farenheit ('F') composed of ionized hydrogen (H), oxygen (O) and carbon (C) atoms, plus solid precipitates. The technology then controls the recombination of H, O and C into clusters of molecules under new internal bonds.
Patent Application #1 NEW CHEMICAL SPECIES FOR GASES AND THEIR NEW TECHNOLOGIES Serial Number 09/133,348 dealing with the new chemical structure of all gases produced under an electric arc, known as 'Santilli's Magnecules', which is inclusive of, but not limited to 'Santilli's Magnegas'.
Patent Application #2 DURABLE AND EFFICIENT EQUIPMENT FOR THE PRODUCTION OF A COMBUSTIBLE AND NON-POLLUTANT GAS FROM UNDERWATER ARCS AND METHODS THEREOF by R. M. Santilli Serial number 09/372.277
Patent Application #3 MAGNEGAS, A novel, HIGHLY EFFICIENT, NONPOLLUTANT, OXYGEN RICH AND COST COMPETITIVE, COMBUSTIBLE GAS, AND ASSOCIATED METHOD Serial Number 09/372,278
Patent Application #4 ELECROMAGNETION Serial Number 09/106.170 Filed on 06/29/98 which deals with the new chemical species of 'Santilli's Magnecules' for liquids used in the production of 'Santilli's Magnegas'.