Royalty Report: Energy & Environment, Recycling, Energy Resources & Svcs – Collection: 7262

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Created On: 2020-07-15, Record Count: 12

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Created On: 2020-07-15
Record Count: 12

Primary Industries

  • Energy & Environment
  • Recycling
  • Energy Resources & Svcs
  • Environmental Control
  • Alternative and Renewable Energy
  • Waste Treatment
  • Power Generation
  • Remediation
  • Petroleum Refining

IPSCIO Report Record List

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IPSCIO Record ID: 7262

License Grant
The Israeli Licensor entered into an Agreement with a third party located in the U.S., for the initial planning and the supply of the Licensor's technology of Plasma-Gasification-Melting Waste-To-Energy in plants located in five states in the U.S. and such other territories as may be agreed between the Licensor and the undisclosed Licensee.
License Property
The Framework Agreement replaces a previously signed letter of intent which is considered null and void.

The Licensee and the Licensor will also enter into a royalty bearing License Agreement for the use of the PGM Technology in the First Project and shall further enter into a services Agreement.

Under the terms of the Framework Agreement, the Licensor shall produce (directly or with a designated engineering company) a Preliminary Engineering Design Study for a Facility in one of the five states, the cost of which shall not exceed US$2.6 million and shall be borne and paid by the Licensee,, and the parties shall cooperate in advancing the First Project as a municipal solid waste project.

The Framework Agreement provides that the parties will enter into a purchase Agreement for the PGM Processing Chamber for the First Project. As the final price of the PGM Processing Chamber for the First Project will only be determined following the detailed planning phase, the parties agreed that in case it varies considerably from the estimated price, the parties shall mutually assess the financial impact on the First Project.

Field of Use
Plasma gasification is an emerging technology which can process landfill waste to extract commodity recyclables and convert carbon-based materials into fuels.

IPSCIO Record ID: 7216

License Grant
The Licensor entered into a letter of intent with a third party located in the U.S., for the purposes of developing, constructing and operating Plasma Gasification-Melting (PGM) facilities in five states in the U.S. and for the exclusive use of the Licensor's Technology.

The parties will cooperate in the development, construction and operation in the US of waste treatment facilities based on the Licensor's PGM technology.

License Property
Licensor primarily engaged in the construction of waste-to-energy facilities for the treatment of domestic trash.

PGM technology develops and implements processes and recovery techniques to maximize the yield from any precious metal (pgm) recovery exercise.

IPSCIO Record ID: 28687

License Grant
The Israeli Licensee entered into an Agreement with the Licensor of Israel for Plasma-Gasification-Melting (PGM) technology.

The Licensor assigned and transferred to the Licensee all then present and future intellectual property rights and know-how related to the Yblin Facility (which was designed, manufactured and constructed for the Licensee by the Licensor's subsidiary under a separate Agreement) and to the Additional Projects, collectively the Intellectual Property Rights.

License Property
Plasma-Gasification-Melting (PGM) technology is an innovative approach to waste treatment, which can be implemented, among others, for the treatment of municipal waste, medical waste and low and intermediate level radioactive waste.

IPSCIO Record ID: 6109

License Grant
Licensee is granted an exclusive License, in the United States of America, by the Licensor to use the Technology for commercial purposes – related to the recycling, processing, collection, storage, disposal, treatment, utilization or reduction of waste, including Municipal Solid Waste (MSW’’), or waste components or the conversion of the cellulosic biomass product to fuels, chemicals, or other materials or other uses of cellulosic biomass product for the production of energy or otherwise.
License Property
The technology refers to certain proprietary intellectual property, patented processes, and patent pending processes for the volume reduction, separation, recovery, and recycling of various components of waste materials, including without limitation, Municipal Solid Waste (“MSW”), which technology has been reduced to United States Patent No. 6,306,248 (the “U.S. Patent”) and Patent Cooperation Treaty, International Application No, PCT/USO1/50049 (the “PCT”) (collectively, the “UAH Technology”).
Field of Use
The Licensee may utilize the Technology to construct and operate commercial scale MSW processing and recycling facilities in the United States of America in which the cellulosic biomass product of the process Technology is used specifically for the production of fuel grade ethanol.

IPSCIO Record ID: 3751

License Grant
The Licensee entered into an exclusive License with the Licensor to use their technology (Patent No. 5,411,594) to convert cellulosic biomass into fuel grade ethanol in the United States.  This Agreement was amended in November 2005 to extend the initial evaluation period for the technology.
License Property
If such a Municipal Solid Waste & Green Waste to Fuel Ethanol Project is not initiated within three (3) years of the date of this Agreement, the Exclusive Right will be automatically dropped to Non-Exclusive.  Licensee and/or its Designated Affiliates shall have the Non Exclusive Right to utilize the Licensed Products and Know How for processing biomass feedstock applications including but not limited to Sugar Cane Bagasse (SCB), High Fiber Cane (HFC), and Forestry Product (FP) feed-stocks in all United States territories.

On August 30, 2007, the Licensor acknowledged that the Licensee has met all requirements to maintain the exclusivity of its License. The Licensor may terminate the License Agreement on sixty days’ notice if the Licensee fails to make any payment due under this License Agreement.

Field of Use
The technology relates to processing Municipal Solid Waste and Green Waste.

IPSCIO Record ID: 733

License Grant
The Licensor will grant an exclusive License to identify and develop projects, and purchase equipment from the Licensor using the Licensor's technology, know-how, intellectual property rights and improvements in the exclusive field in the territory for the term. In the event the Licensor or any third party elects to pursue a project using the technology in the exclusive field, Licensor shall first present such opportunity to Licensee.
License Property
The Technology is the proprietary gasification technologies developed by the Licensor to convert carbonaceous feedstocks to off-take products as defined in U.S. Patent Application Serial No. 12/768,841, plus the know-how.
Field of Use
The term Exclusive Field is the market comprised of gasification projects that use tires and plastics as the sole source feedstock.

IPSCIO Record ID: 29326

License Grant
The Canadian Licensor entered into a Licensing Agreement with the Canadian Licensee.  According to the Agreement, the Licensor agreed to grant licensing rights for their gasification technology, which converts waste solid fuel sources into a gaseous form, in the territory of Ontario, Canada.
License Property
Gasification is a process that converts carbonaceous materials, such as coal, petroleum, biofuel, or biomass, into carbon monoxide and hydrogen by reacting the raw material, such as house waste, or compost 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 method for extracting energy from many different types of organic materials.

IPSCIO Record ID: 4391

License Grant
The Licensor shall grant the Israeli JVCO exclusive right and license to use their entire data, know how, proprietary information, intellectual property rights and assign commercial contracts (including license agreements) (if any) and any other rights resulting from past activities based on KDV (+)500 System.

The Parties are both interested in exploring the potential in the KDV technology, are looking to cooperate in locating potential markets, and establish long term relationship to bring the technology to its utmost potential.

Whereas the Parties decided that upon successful development of the KDV 150 technology they wish to market, produce, operate and maintain the KDV technology together by entering into a long term cooperation relationship via the formation of a joint venture company.

License Property
The Licensor shall also provide business development services for KDV (+)500 System.

The Licensor has license to certain KDV technology. Licensor shall also provide business development services for KDV (+)500 System.

KDV Technology shall mean catalytic conversion technology of hydrocarbon into fuel, a renewable diesel technology to convert municipal solid waste, organic materials, sludge and other hydrocarbon materials to diesel oil, including all Improvements to such technology made or acquired from time to time, including Intellectual Property, Systems, the formulation of catalysts used in Systems and all related materials and information.

KDV 150 System shall mean: a System capable of producing a minimum of 150 liters of diesel oil per hour.

Field of Use
Licensee is one of the leading Israeli defense systems' house, known for its cutting edge technologies, products and solutions and is interested in assigning its technical experience to assist in the development of a KDV system.

IPSCIO Record ID: 241525

License Grant
The company and the Licensee, owned partially by company COO, the Mexican exclusive representative of the region of Mexico and Latin America agreed to build the country’s first waste-to-energy (WtE) plant in the state of Chiapas.
License Property
Technology relates to Waste to Energy prototype plant (12Mw/h Power Generation Plant.  The plant is desired to be designed to process waste material in order to produce an estimated 95 million cubic meters of synthetic gas, which could then be used to power an internal combustion turbine used to power generator for electricity.

The plant is desired to be designed to process waste material in order to produce an estimated 95 million cubic meters of synthetic gas, which could then be used to power an internal combustion turbine used to power generator for electricity. The company plans to purchase the supply equipment for this project from Siemens.

Field of Use
This agreement pertains to the energy industry.

IPSCIO Record ID: 3592

License Grant
Licensor hereby Grants to Licensee from and after the Effective Date, and Licensee hereby accepts from and after the Effective Date, an Exclusive, non-transferable, North American License (the 'License') during the Term to use and sublicense the Technology for any purpose pursuant to the terms and conditions set forth herein.
License Property
The Process relates to a method of producing sugars and other end products using strong acid hydrolysis of cellulosic and hemicellulosic materials, as described in U.S. Patents Nos. 5,562,777 and 5,580,389.

The Technology, converts cellulose and waste materials into Ethanol and other high value chemicals.

Field of Use
The Company’s goal is to develop and operate high-value carbohydrate-based transportation fuel plants to provide a viable alternative to fossil fuels. These 'biorefineries' will convert widely available, inexpensive, organic materials such as agricultural residues, high-content biomass crops, wood residues, and cellulose in municipal solid wastes into ethanol. This versatility enables the Company to consider a wide variety of feedstocks and locations in which to develop facilities to become a low cost producer of ethanol.  The Arkenol Technology, converts cellulose and waste materials into ethanol and other high value chemicals.

IPSCIO Record ID: 5129

License Grant
Licensor hold an exclusive worldwide license to certain pyrolytic carbon extraction technology, which is a technology used to convert solid hydrocarbon-based waste into a multi-use fuel in the form of a combustible gas while significantly reducing the waste volume.

The Licensor hereby grants to the Licensee the exclusive world-wide right and license to use, commercialize, and exploit the PCE and/or GWE Technology, including the right to sublicense.

License Property
Licensor is the possessor of rights and information related to PCE and other pyrolosys and carbon processing devices and other processes or systems, including, but not limited to, patent applications, inventions, inventive concepts, improvements, modifications, trade secrets, and/or know-how related to pyrolosys devices, processes or systems all of the aforesaid being hereinafter jointly referred to as the 'PCE and/or GWE Technology'.  

Pyrolytic Carbon Extraction, or 'PCE' is a  liquid and solid waste treatment processes, respectively, that produce combustible gases.  Pyrolytic carbon extraction technology, which is a technology used to convert solid hydrocarbon-based waste into a multi-use fuel in the form of a combustible gas while significantly reducing the waste volume.

Our Green Waste to Energy pyrolysis processor, or GWE, is a promising development project to process solid hydrocarbon-based waste and produces a multi-use fuel in the form of a combustible gas. The by-products we obtain through our GWE process may then be sold commercially. We believe that, because this process runs on its own by-products, there are no emissions and, therefore, no residue from combustion. In addition, the GWE is modular in its design and can handle a number of different waste streams simultaneously.

Field of Use
Licensee is a technology development company which for the past twelve months has been developing a pyrolytic carbon extraction 'PCE' technology for which there are now two patents pending and that the inventor of such devices has suffered a nervous breakdown making his continued involvement impossible. That the Licensee successfully demonstrated the PCE technology to include a 5 to 10-ton per day prototype PCE device and that the nervous breakdown of the inventor has mandated the Company complete the development of the PCE technology separate and apart from such patents pending.

IPSCIO Record ID: 7161

License Grant
The Licensee entered into a Licensing Agreement with the Licensor, a manufacturer of the Licensor's System.  The Licensee will have exclusive rights to sub-License, establish joint ventures to commercialize, use and process organic waste, and sell related by-products.

The Licensee has the option of obtaining exclusive License rights in other states and federal territories in Malaysia with License fees varying with each state and territory.  The Agreement was an arms-length transaction.

License Property
The Licensor's System is designed to handle commonly generated waste stream, whether liquid, solid, mixed or unmixed (including whole tires, all types of plastics, e-waste, shredder residues, sewage sludge, animal wastes, biomass, ligneous and infectious biohazard medical waste) and represent an environmentally friendly and commercially viable alternative to traditional methods of processing waste. The solutions are commercially viable ecological recycling models based on zero-waste philosophy.
Field of Use
The Licensee will initially be focused on using the application for processing waste tires for conversion to biochar and fuel oil.
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