Category: Technology Licenses
Created On: 2022-04-28
Record Count: 13
- Energy & Environment
- Energy Resources & Svcs
- Oil & Gas Extraction
- Gaseous Fuel
- Alternative and Renewable Energy
- Technical Know How
- Energy Conversion
- Waste Treatment
- Water Treatment
- Petroleum Refining
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IPSCIO Record ID: 27720
The majority of the remaining NGL is comprised of methane which, if further processed, can produce pipeline grade natural gas for use in stationary and vehicular engines utilizing Licensor's Fueled By Flare dual fuel solution. A portion of the NGL being processed is sold as fuel, emulsifiers/dilutants or as feed stock to be further processed by refiners.
The proprietary NGL capture and recovery process captures and converts a higher percent of the gases at these remote and stranded well sites, with its mobile and modular design, when compared to other competitive capture technologies.
The Licensee has been granted the right to commercialize the Licensor's proprietary Natural Gas Liquid process technology, including purchasing substantially all of the operating assets including two existing mobile NGL operating systems currently servicing remote or stranded well-sites for an E&P company in the Bakken region.
IPSCIO Record ID: 104093
IPSCIO Record ID: 29377
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.
IPSCIO Record ID: 236659
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: 28017
The dual fuel conversion system is a unique external fuel delivery enhancement system that converts existing diesel engines into more efficient and environmentally friendly engines that have the flexibility, depending on the circumstances, to run on Diesel fuel and compressed natural gas (CNG) or liquefied natural gas (LNG); Diesel fuel and pipeline gas, well-head gas or approved bio-methane; or 100% diesel fuel.
IPSCIO Record ID: 5125
Our products provide an efficient and cost-effective way to generate hydrogen. Our UOB-TM- technology allows for hydrogen gas generation using readily available inputs such as electricity, natural gas, and water.
We design and develop hydrogen fuel processors for fuel cell systems and industrial hydrogen generators. Because fuel cells require hydrogen to produce electricity, the efficient and cost effective production of hydrogen for fuel cells is critical to the commercial introduction of fuel cell systems into the mass transportation and stationary markets. We have developed and patented the Under-Oxidized Burner (UOB-TM-), an innovative technology for hydrogen production. In comparison to other means of producing hydrogen, we believe our products provide more efficiency, lower emissions, lower capital costs and greater fuel-flexibility. Our proprietary UOB-TM- system produces hydrogen from hydrocarbon feedstocks, such as natural gas, propane, diesel and gasoline, and can be utilized as an on-site source of hydrogen in a variety of applications.
IPSCIO Record ID: 28751
The Licensor has developed water treatment and recycling technology that can be deployed in the oil and natural gas industry.
The Manufacturerâ€™s new EF-60 OzonixÂ® unit is a high-volume advanced oxidation system designed to reduce chemicals during fracturing of natural gas and oil wells enabling oil and gas producers to treat and recycle water.
License Agreement with the Licensee is for a limited field-of-use License to deploy its patented OzonixÂ® technology in the U.S. onshore oil and gas exploration industry to treat and recycle waters used to hydraulically fracture oil and gas wells.
IPSCIO Record ID: 3564
IPSCIO Record ID: 27055
IPSCIO Record ID: 1705
IPSCIO Record ID: 3379
2 U.S. Patent Serial No. 5,408,978, dated April 25, 1995, for a natural gas and air mixing device, as assigned to Licensor; any divisions or continuations in whole or in part thereof; any U.S. patent or applications that are later added to this license; any patents issuing on any of such applications; any reissues or extensions or reexaminations 'of any such patents; and
3 U.S. Patent Serial No. 5,370,097, dated December 6, 1994, for a dual fuel control system which controls the flow of liquid fuel alone or in combination with a gaseous fuel, as assigned to Licensor; any divisions or continuations in whole or in part thereof; any U.S. patent or applications that are later added to this license; any patents issuing on any of such applications; any reissues or extensions or reexaminations of any such patents; and
4 U.S. Patent Serial No. 5,103,795, dated April 14, 1992 for a natural gas and air mixing device, as assigned to Licensor; any divisions or continuations in whole or in part thereof; any U.S. patent or applications that are later added to this license; any patents issuing on any of such applications; any reissues or extensions or reexaminations of any such patents; and
5 U.S. Patent Serial No. 4,479,466, dated October 30, 1984 for a natural gas and air mixing device, as signed to Licensor; any divisions or continuations in whole or in part thereof.; any U.S. patent or applications that are later added to this license; any patents issuing on any of such applications; any reissues or extensions or reexaminations. of any such patents;
6 U.S. Non-Provisional Application No. 10/668,589, Methods and Apparatus for operation of Multiple Fuel Engines, Filed September 23, 2003, Priority based on U.S. Provisional Application No. 60/413,269, Electronic Fuel Control Systems, Filed September 25, 2002 PCT Application No. PCT/US03/29914, Methods and Apparatus for operation of Multiple Fuel Engines, Filed September 23, 2003, Priority based on U.S. Provisional Application No. 60/413,269, Electronic Fuel Systems, Filed September 25, 2002.
IPSCIO Record ID: 1305