Category: Technology Licenses
Created On: 2022-04-28
Record Count: 13
- Energy & Environment
- Energy Resources & Svcs
- Alternative and Renewable Energy
- Environmental Control
- Waste Treatment
- Synthetic Fuel
- Business Method
- Oil & Gas Extraction
- Hydrogen Gas
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IPSCIO Record ID: 27247
IPSCIO Record ID: 28564
IPSCIO Record ID: 3564
IPSCIO Record ID: 27055
IPSCIO Record ID: 28037
The use of a burner unit to create heat energy is typically the first of a number of steps in which the heat energy is generated for use in a multiplicity of residential, commercial or industrial settings, ranging from simple one-step residential and light commercial applications where the heat energy is used merely to heat air or water, such as the case of space or water heaters, to complicated industrial multi-step applications where the heat energy is subsequently converted into one or more other forms of energy. An illustration of a multi-step industrial application would be electricity generation, where a public utility company first burns oil, natural gas or coal to create heat energy, then uses this form of energy to heat water in a boiler system to create steam energy, then uses this form of energy to run a turbine to create mechanical energy, and ultimately uses this form of energy to create a magnetic field to generate electrical energy.
IPSCIO Record ID: 25839
IPSCIO Record ID: 27709
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: 29326
IPSCIO Record ID: 29768
U.S. Patent No. 5,299,536 – dated April 5, 1994
U.S. Patent No. 5,441,546 – dated August 15, 1995
U.S. Patent No. 5,437,123 – dated August 1, 1995
U.S. Patent No. 5,529,484 – dated June 25, 1996
U.S. Patent No. 5,546,701 – dated August 20, 1996
Tradenames and Trademarks shall mean the name and mark UOB-TM-, and any other names or marks now or later adopted, used or acquired by HBT that refer or relate to the UOB-TM- Technology.
IPSCIO Record ID: 141740
Pursuant to a license agreement between a third party and the Licensee, the Original License, on March 28, 1996 Licensee was granted a world-wide exclusive license to make, use and sell the UOB-TM- Technology with respect to a specific field of use.
That same third party entered into an agreement with this Licensor pursuant to which Licensor was granted, in perpetuity, an exclusive irrevocable worldwide license to make, use, offer for sale, sell, sub-license and otherwise exploit the Licensed UOB-TM- Patents, the UOB-TM- Technology, the Trade Names and Trademarks for all uses. The third party has assigned the Original License to the Licensor. The parties here are restating and amending the terms and conditions of the original License in this Sub-license Agreement.
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: 26156