Royalty Report: Energy Resources & Svcs, Oil & Gas Extraction, Energy & Environment – Collection: 29354

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Category: Technology Licenses, Created On: 2022-04-28, Record Count: 9

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Category: Technology Licenses
Created On: 2022-04-28
Record Count: 9

Primary Industries

  • Energy Resources & Svcs
  • Oil & Gas Extraction
  • Energy & Environment
  • Petroleum Refining
  • Test/Monitoring
  • Scientific & Technical Instruments
  • Environmental Control
  • Transportation
  • Alternative and Renewable Energy
  • Technical Know How
  • Metal & Mining

IPSCIO Report Record List

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IPSCIO Record ID: 29354

License Grant
The Licensor granted the Licensee, a majority owned subsidiary, a non-assignable, non-transferable exclusive right to use the Patents for any legal purpose, including, but not limited to, research using the Patents in order to develop Technologies and Products, the manufacture and sale of Products, the sublicense to third parties of such Technologies, and the sublicense to third parties of the rights to manufacture and sell such Products.
License Property
International Patent Application 2004/024309A2, filed September 12, 2003, titled 'System and Method for the Mitigation of Paraffin Wax Deposition From Crude Oil by Using Ultrasonic Waves'

Nationalized PCT United States, Serial number 10/527,614, publication number US-2005-0269097-A1, filed 3/11/2005, 'System and Method for the Mitigation of Paraffin Wax Deposition from Crude Oil by Using Ultrasonic Waves'

Nationalized PCT Canada, Application No. 2,498,742 filed 3/11/2005, 'System and Method for the Mitigation of Paraffin Wax Deposition from Crude Oil by Using Ultrasonic Waves,' Inventor Brian Francis Towler, PhD

United States, Application No. 11/237054 filed 9/27/05, 'Well Casing Based-Geophysical Sensor Apparatus, System and Method,' Inventor William Daily.

United States, Patent No. 5,416,724 filed 10/9/92, granted 5/16/95, 'Detection of Leaks in Pipelines,' Inventor Michael Savic.

The technologies licensed involve innovative energy production enhancements. These include the recently patented technology developments to mitigate paraffin wax deposits in well bores and oil production tubing using ultrasonic waves. Also licensed is a system to detect hazardous gas leaks in natural gas pipelines which provides reliable, cost-effective monitoring of pipeline.

IPSCIO Record ID: 27955

License Grant
The Licensee entered into a technology License with the Licensor, for a patented process for paraffin wax mitigation from crude oil using ultrasonic waves.
License Property
The present invention provides a novel way to mitigate the deposition of wax on production tubing walls. The method comprises positioning at least one ultrasonic frequency generating device adjacent to the production tubing walls and producing at least three ultrasonic frequencies one of which is designed to disintegrate any of the wax that forms. The second frequency is designed to break down the wax forming molecules into smaller molecules and the third frequency is designed to inhibit the wax from attaching to the production tubing walls.

The inventor knows how to identify these three optimal frequencies that can be used to prevent precipitation. Additionally, the present invention allows the frequency emitter to be ‘dialed in’ to best prevent wax buildup. The present invention not only prevents precipitates from forming on the pipes, it also breaks wax bonds thereby increasing flow rates and production efficiency. The deposition of paraffin wax occurs when the temperature and pressure in the tubing move below the cloud point of the oil. These cloud point fluctuations cause paraffin wax crystals to form in the oil and collect within the tubing. They also cause oil viscosity to increase, further choking off flow-lines.

IPSCIO Record ID: 3733

License Grant
The Licensee held an exclusive worldwide License pursuant to a License Agreement dated July 12, 2006 and expiring March 11, 2025  with respect to the US patent and Canadian and International patent applications titled System and Method for the Mitigation of Paraffin Wax Deposition from Crude Oil by Using Ultrasonic Waves.
License Property
Patent and Canadian and International patent applications titled 'System and Method for the Mitigation of Paraffin Wax Deposition from Crude Oil by Using Ultrasonic Waves'
Field of Use
The terms of the License Agreement allow the inventor to continue to use the technology for educational and research purposes, and publish and disseminate information about the technology, allow non-profit organizations to use the technology for educational and non-commercial research purposes within their own facilities, and require, at the request of the inventor, the Licensee to subLicense the technology to a third party designated by the inventor, provided that such third party is in a field which is of no commercial interest to the Licensor. The License Agreement may be terminated if the Licensee fails to perform or violates any term of such License Agreement.

IPSCIO Record ID: 6368

License Grant
The Licensee held a non-exclusive United States License pursuant to a License Agreement dated October 27, 2006 and expiring September 27, 2025 with respect to the US patent application titled Well Casing Based-Geophysical Sensor Apparatus; the U.S. Government also has the rights to use this technology throughout the world.  

The terms of the License Agreement (i) allow the inventor to (a) continue to make, use and practice the technology for educational and research purposes, but not for commercial purposes and (b) publish technical data resulting from its research, and (ii) allow non-profit organizations to make, use and practice the technology for educational and research purposes, but not for commercial purposes.

License Property
Well Casing Based-Geophysical Sensor Apparatus, System and Method is to design products which use a large number of sensors installed along and outside of oil well casings in order to detect information about the underlying oil deposit and the oil production process.   The types of sensors that can be installed include seismic sensors, devices that use scanning technology to form three-dimensional images of an oil reservoir (a process known as tomography), and temperature sensors known as thermocouples which are effective over a huge range of temperatures.
Field of Use
The rights granted apply to oil wells.

IPSCIO Record ID: 3691

License Grant
The Canadian Licensor grants, and the Developer the sole right for the Term to explore the interest of Clients in Licensor's System for use in the Specified Field.
License Property
The Licensee is a marketing company engaged in the business of developing and commercializing an exclusively Licensed proprietary membrane separation technology owned by the Licensor.

The membrane is used in for the upgrading of heavy crude oil into light crude oil. The Licensee has negotiated with the Licensor an exclusive License to market their membrane separation technology for the refining of heavy crude oil into light sweet crude oil.  The potential markets for our technology include countries with significant oil producing or oil refining activities.

Field of Use
'Specified Field' means the refining of crude petroleum.

IPSCIO Record ID: 2904

License Grant
The Licensee acquired the Technology, from the Inventor for the purpose of exploiting the technology.
License Property
The ExTract System Technology refers to a technology for a crude recovery unit/tank cleaning system, designed to deal with the problem of sludge buildup in the bottom of crude oil storage tanks.
Field of Use
Field of Use relates to the cleaning market.

IPSCIO Record ID: 992

License Grant
The Licensee acquired an exclusive global License to use this technology. This technology is based on United States Patent No. 5,928,495, granted on July 27, 1999 to Alexander Legkow, who transferred the patent rights to the Licensor.
License Property
The Legkow Technology refers to a concept to produce a surfactant.

The Legkow Technology refers to a concept to produce a surfactant for use with carbonaceous materials such as crude oil and coal; a concept utilizing surfactants and emulsions in the treatment and processing of crude oil, waste oils and oil slops; and a concept utilizing gaseous emulsions in the removal and reduction of residues and pollution relating to carbonaceous materials.

This technology is based on United States Patent No. 5,928,495

Field of Use
The rights granted apply for use with carbonaceous materials such as crude oil and coal; a concept utilizing surfactants and emulsions in the treatment and processing of crude oil, waste oils and oil slops; and a concept utilizing gaseous emulsions in the removal and reduction of residues and pollution relating to carbonaceous materials.

IPSCIO Record ID: 3577

License Grant
Licensor grants an exclusive right and license under the Licensed Patents meaning any 'Basic Patent' maturing from Jackson's and Arismendi's pending U S. Patent Application, entitled 'Passive Geophysical Prospecting Apparatus and ,Method Based on the Detection of Discontinuities Associated with Extremely Low Frequency Electromagnetic Fields' filed August 27, 1996, having Application No.08/703,485, including continuation, division, and reissue applications thereof.
License Property
The Electrotelluric Survey is capable of measuring extremely low frequency electromagnetic waves that pass naturally through the earth.  These waves develop anomalies or disturbances as they pass through oil and gas deposits. The Electrotelluric Survey measures these waves across a range of low frequencies and records the anomalies, with each frequency corresponding to a certain depth.  'Electrotelluric Survey' can quickly and effectively detects oil and gas deposits to depths up to 17,000 feet.
Field of Use
'Field of the Agreement' or the Field' is for geophysical exploration of oil, gas and valuable minerals using the method and/or apparatus of the Licensed Patent and the Licensed Technology.

IPSCIO Record ID: 29272

License Grant
The Sellers have sold, transferred and otherwise conveyed to Owner all of their right, title and interest in and to certain products known as the Ultrasonic Vortex Products which products have been under development by the Licensor and which are the subject of a United States Patent Application Serial No. 08/662,037 which was filed on June 12, 1996 and a United States Continuation-In-Part Application Serial No. 08/784,712 (Ultrasonic vortex flowmeter having remote signal processing).
License Property
Ultrasonic Vortex Meter A plastic vortex shedding flow meter that senses the vortices by use of sending and receiving sound waves through fluid. Optionally it has remote signal processing and a clamp-on housing wherein the active electronic and sonic section of the meter body can be removed from the vortex shedding mechanical portion for purposes of repair or maintenance.
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