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Chemistry: fischer-tropsch processes; or purification or recovery of products thereof November recently filed with US Patent Office 11/11Below are recently published patent applications awaiting approval from the USPTO. Recent week's RSS XML file available below.
Listing for abstract view: USPTO application #, Title, Abstract excerpt,Patent Agent. Listing format for list view: USPTO National Class full category number, title of the patent application. 11/24/2011 > 3 patent applications in 3 patent subcategories. recently filed with US Patent Office
20110288184 - Modular plant for removal of pollutants from flue gases produced bv industrial processes: The invention relates to a so-called zero emission ‘AST-CNR/ITM system’ modular plant for removal of pollutants from flue gases produced by industrial processes. The plant comprises prefabricated modular elements with programmed and automatic operation, easy to mount and assemble on site without undergoing expensive plant stoppage. Each module or ‘reaction... Agent: Ast Engineering S.r.l.
20110288185 - Large scale green manufacturing of methane using plasma: A method and system for converting waste using plasma into methane. The method uses minimal fossil fuel, and therefore produces a minimal carbon footprint when compared to conventional processes. The method includes the steps of supplying a biomass material to a plasma melter; supplying electrical energy to the plasma melter;... Agent:
20110288186 - Method for recycling ft-wax-containing iron catalyst removed from a fischer-tropsch reactor: A method is disclosed for utilizing a waste product flow discharged from a Fisher-Tropsch reactor, the waste product chiefly consisting of spent catalyst and FT wax. The method is characterized in that waste flow, specifically containing iron catalyst and FT wax, discharged from the FT reactor is passed back to... Agent:11/17/2011 > 3 patent applications in 3 patent subcategories. recently filed with US Patent Office
20110281959 - Extraction of carbon dioxide and hydrogen from seawater and hydrocarbon production therefrom: Apparatus for seawater acidification including an ion exchange, cathode and anode electrode compartments and cation-permeable membranes that separate the electrode compartments from the ion exchange compartment. Means is provided for feeding seawater through the ion exchange compartment and for feeding a dissociable liquid media through the anode and cathode electrode... Agent: The Government Of The United States Of America As Represented By The Secretary Of The Navy
20110281960 - Method of selectively removing catalyst from fischer-tropsch synthetic crude oil and method of recycling removed catalyst: A method of selectively removing a Fischer-Tropsch catalyst from a Fischer-Tropsch synthetic crude oil is provided, the method including the steps of extracting a slurry, containing a Fischer-Tropsch catalyst having magnetism and Fischer-Tropsch synthetic crude oil obtained by a Fischer-Tropsch synthesis reaction, from a Fischer-Tropsch synthesis reactor; separating a catalyst... Agent:
20110281961 - Process for the conversion of synthesis gas to oxygenates: The present invention relates to an improved process for the conversion of carbon oxide(s) et hydrogen containing feedstocks to oxygen containing hydrocarbon compounds in the presence of a particulate catalyst. In particular, the present invention relates to an improved process for the conversion of carbon oxide(s) (CO et CO2) et... Agent:11/10/2011 > 3 patent applications in 3 patent subcategories. recently filed with US Patent Office
11/03/2011 > 2 patent applications in 2 patent subcategories. recently filed with US Patent Office
20110269853 - Hydrocarbon synthesis process: This invention relates to a hydrocarbon synthesis process. More particularly, but not exclusively, this invention relates to a Fischer Tropsch Process employing an activated catalyst and to the use of such an activated catalyst, wherein the Fischer Tropsch Process conditions favour the attainment of a low acid selectivity. More particularly... Agent: Sasol Technology (pty) Limited
20110269854 - Process for the production of methanol including one or more membrane separation types: Disclosed herein is a methanol production process that includes a membrane separation step or steps. Using the process of the invention, the efficiency of methanol production from syngas is increased by reducing the compression requirements of the process and/or improving the methanol product yield. As an additional advantage, the membrane... Agent: Membrane Technology And Research, Inc.Previous industry: Colloid systems and wetting agents; subcombinations thereof; processes of
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