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IPSCIO Record ID: 3915
The licensing agreement was replaced in its entirety in August 2005 when the Licensor sold up to 50% of its interest in the abrasive fluid jetting technology that provides us the unrestricted right to use the technology and License the technology worldwide to others. In return, the Licensee agreed to award 3 million shares of their stock to the Licensor and to fix the price of the 1 million previously awarded warrants.
The present disclosure relates to drilling and cutting systems and their methods of operation and, more particularly, to a method and apparatus for jet-fluid abrasive cutting. A method and apparatus for down hole abrasive jet-fluid cutting, the apparatus includes a jet-fluid nozzle and a high pressure pump capable of delivering a high-pressure abrasive fluid mixture to the jet-fluid nozzle, an abrasive fluid mixing unit capable of maintaining and providing a coherent abrasive fluid mixture, a tube to deliver the high pressure coherent abrasive mixture down hole to the jet-fluid nozzle, a jetting shoe adapted to receive the jet-fluid nozzle and directing abrasive jet-fluid mixture towards a work piece, a jetting shoe controlling unit that manipulates the jetting shoe along a vertical and horizontal axis and a central processing unit having a memory unit capable of storing profile generation data for cutting a predefined shape or window profile in the work piece and coordinating the operation of various subsystems.
Applications of such cutting techniques are a proven feature in industries as diverse as munitions disposal in the military, offshore platform dismantlement in the salvage industry and cutting specialty glass and steel in the machining industry.
The term Field of Use refers to use of the Partyâ€™s Design Rights or technical information in the design, manufacture, storage, transportation, installation use, sale or marketing of Technology.
IPSCIO Record ID: 6313
IPSCIO Record ID: 26105
IPSCIO Record ID: 26265
Researchers at the University developed the jet pump technology. It utilizes an inline Electrical submersible pump and jet pump to separate liquid and gas streams down-hole. As the Electrical submersible pumps pump the liquid, the free gas is entrained and compressed by the JP (located upstream from the Electrical submersible pumps), which is powered by the liquid being pumped. The compressed gas then rejoins the liquid stream and is pumped to the surface. Beneficially, the system allows, among other things, a submersible pump and a jet pump to be used in combination in a high gas-to-liquid ratio well without installing a gas vent line.
IPSCIO Record ID: 137
b. CFLP Patents/Applications;
c. CFLP Know-How;
d. All applications for patent or like protection on said CFLP Inventions or CFLP Know-How, including said CFLP Patents/Applications that have been made by CFLP or its legal representatives, including any continuation, continuation-in-part and any other utility applications that may be based on the CFLP Inventions, CFLP Patents/Applications, or CFLP Know-How, whether in the United States of America or any other place anywhere in the world, and all patents and like protection resulting therefrom, and all substitutions for and divisions, continuations, continuations-in-part, renewals, reissues, extensions, and the like of said applications and patents and like grants, including without limitation, those obtained or permissible under past, present and future laws and statutes;
e. All rights of action on account of past, present and future unauthorized use of the CFLP Inventions, CFLP Patents/Applications, or CFLP Know-How and for infringement of the CFLP Inventions, CFLP Patents/Applications, or CFLP Know-How and like protection;
f. The right to file in its own name applications for patents and like protection for the CFLP Inventions, CFLP Patents/Applications, or CFLP Know-How in the United States of America or any other place anywhere in the world; and
g. All international rights of priority associated with the CFLP Inventions; CFLP Patents/Applications; or CFLP Know-How; and like protection.
U.S. Patent No. 6,386,300-issued May 14, 2002, entitled 'Formation cutting method and system'; and
Published Patent Application No. 20020100615-filed March 12, 2002, entitled 'Formation cutting method and system' and
Unpublished Patent Application No. 60/463,903-filed April 16, 2003, entitled 'PID Drill Bit'; and
Unpublished Patent Application No. 60/473,832-filed May 27, 2003, entitled 'PID Cutter Concepts'
In this prospectus, we refer to Particle Impact Drilling as PID or the PID technology and refer to our PID drilling system as the PID System. We refer to our drill bit as the PID bit. The nozzles in the PID bit serve to accelerate hardened steel particles entrained with ordinary drilling mud to fracture and remove the formation ahead of the bit. The PID System is primarily operated utilizing hydraulic energy that is available on drilling rigs used today in combination with the PID System equipment. Each particle is driven into the rock formation at a high velocity and delivers a force many times greater than the compressional strength of the rock, even in formations that exist in the subsurface at elevated hardness and stress. Depending on the volume of particles introduced into the drilling mud, the number of particle strikes on the formation is in excess of four million per minute, thereby yielding a higher rate of penetration than conventional drill bits in suitable formations.
IPSCIO Record ID: 4562
The patented design includes a re-settable bridge plug with an equalizing valve. The Licenosr's system is capable of opening stimulation ports without actuating balls or pump down plugs which means that it is not necessary to go back in the hole after the well has been stimulated to drill out plugs or other production restrictions.
IPSCIO Record ID: 5902
IPSCIO Record ID: 25887
U.S. Provisional Patent Application Serial No. 61/879,131 filed by Licensor, Inventor, on a certain subsurface drilling tool on September, 2013, and non-provisional applications filed on 5/29/14, U.S. Serial No. 14/290,597 and on 8/22/2014, U.S. Serial no. 14/465,907.
IPSCIO Record ID: 26776
SURGICAL LIQUID LANCE APPARATUS* 5,037,431 AUG 6, 1991
METHOD AND APPARATUS FOR TISSUE 5,322,504 JUN 21, 1994
EXCISION AND REMOVAL BY FLUID JET**
FLUID JET SURGICAL CUTTING INSTRUMENT 5,591,184 JAN 7, 1997
METHOD AND APPARATUS FOR TISSUE 5,674,226 OCT 7, 1997
EXCISION AND REMOVAL BY FLUID JET
FLUID JET SURGICAL CUTTING TOOL 5,562,692 OCT 8, 1996
HYDROJET APPARATUS FOR REFRACTIVE 5,643,299 JUL 1, 1997
METHOD OF USING FLUID JET SURGICAL 5,735,815 APR 7, 1998
METHOD AND APPARATUS FOR THERMAL 08/755,622 AUG 4, 1998
PHOCOEMUSIFICATION BY FLUID THROTTLING
METHOD AND APPRATUS FOR DENTAL 08/890,496 SEPT 28, 1998
TREATMENT USING HIGH PRESSURE LIQUID
IPSCIO Record ID: 740
IPSCIO Record ID: 499
Accessory Equipment shall mean the threaded items necessary to complete a well to produce oil and gas, such as crossovers, connectors, pup joints, liner hangers, landing nipples, packers, packer stringers, end line pressure control equipment, safety valves, gas lift valve mandrels, lift plugs, lift caps, hydrostatic test plugs, hydrostatic test caps, handling plugs, handling caps, discharge head hangers, float shoes, float guides, float collars, flow couplings, collars, blast joints, tubing anchors, side pocket mandrels, couplings and similar equipment as defined in API Standards series 5, latest edition, but excluding the items, Threaded Couplings, casing, and tubing.
IPSCIO Record ID: 3731
The Parties intend for all such devises and methods, including devises and methods developed, invented or designed while Grantor is employed by Grantee or its subsidiaries, to be provided for and governed by this Licensing Agreement. Thus, collectively, all such devices and methods described above are referred to herein as the 'Invention'.
Grantor has invented, designed, and built a device and method for inducing relative rotation in a remote location of an upper portion and a lower portion in response to relative axial movement (patent 08/471,774 Subterranean Rotation-Inducing Device and Method).
This invention relates to the rotation-inducing device. More specifically, it is directed to a device that provides rotation of a lower portion relative to a nonrotating upper portion and that provides subterranean operation or operation in another similar remote location.
An example of an operation in a similar remote location includes removing blockage in a pipe having discrete access sites. However, a number of applications, such as coil tubing fishing operations, alignment of directional coil tubing drilling operations, down-hole impact hammer applications, and pipe line cleaning operations, either require rotation at the remote location or would be enhanced thereby.