Category: Technology Licenses
Created On: 2022-04-28
Record Count: 3
- Energy & Environment
- Energy Resources & Svcs
- Oil & Gas Extraction
- Environmental Control
- Petroleum Refining
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IPSCIO Record ID: 34720
Patent assignment # US 502004448 â€œIdeal non-linear wide-band well source of periodic directed elastic fluctuations, equipped with a metallic plasma creation device to stimulate hydrocarbon productive deposit at resonance frequenciesâ€.
IPSCIO Record ID: 880
â€œPlasma-Pulse Technologyâ€ is used to enhance the recovery of oil.
IPSCIO Record ID: 29354
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.