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Mineral oils: processes and products October categorized by USPTO classification 10/09Below are recently published patent applications awaiting approval from the USPTO. Recent week's RSS XML file available below.
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20090255850 - Catalysts having selected pore size distributions, method of making such catalysts, methods of producing a crude product, products obtained from such methods, and uses of products obtained: A catalyst and a method of preparation of said catalyst is described herein. The catalyst includes one or more metals from Columns 6-10 of the Periodic Table and/or one or more compounds of one or more metals from Columns 6-10 of the Periodic Table, a pore size distribution with a... Agent: Shell Oil Company
20090255849 - Quick removal of mercaptans from hydrocarbons: Mercaptans and/or hydrogen sulfide (H2S) in hydrocarbons, naphthas, gasolines, and the like may be scavenged therefrom by being brought into intimate contact with a mercaptan scavenger formulation containing at least one disubstituted azodicarboxylate of the formula R1OOCN═NCOOR2, where R1 and R2 are independently alkyl groups, alkenyl groups and aromatic groups... Agent: David L. Mossman Mossman Kumar & Tyler
20090255852 - Process and apparatus for upgrading steam cracked tar using steam: A process and apparatus are provided for upgrading steam cracked tars. The invention also relates to a steam cracking process and apparatus for reducing the yields of tars produced from steam cracking while increasing yields of higher value products, heating, in the presence of steam, cooled steam cracker tar containing... Agent: Exxonmobil Chemical Company
20090255853 - Novel energy efficient and throughput enhancing extractive process for aromatics recovery: An energy efficient, high throughput process for aromatics recovery can be readily implemented by revamping existing sulfolane solvent extraction facilities, or constructing new ones, so as to incorporate unique process operations involving liquid-liquid extraction and extractive distillation. Current industrial sulfolane solvent based liquid-liquid extraction processes employ a liquid-liquid extraction column,... Agent: Charles H Jew10/08/2009 > patent applications in patent subcategories. categorized by USPTO classification
20090250376 - Production of blended gasoline and blended aviation fuel from renewable feedstocks: A process for producing at least one blended fuel from a paraffin rich component and a cyclic rich component, where each of the components are generated from a renewable feedstock, is presented. The paraffin rich component is generated from glycerides and free fatty acids in feedstocks such as plant and... Agent: Honeywell/uop Patent Services
20090250377 - Advanced materials for regenerative pyrolysis reactors, methods, and reactors using the same: In one aspect, the invention includes an apparatus for pyrolyzing a hydrocarbon feedstock in a regenerative pyrolysis reactor system, the apparatus comprising a regenerative pyrolysis reactor comprising a stabilized refractory grade zirconia in a reactive region of the reactor system. In another aspect, this invention includes a method for pyrolyzing... Agent: Exxonmobil Chemical Company
20090250378 - Continuous steam pyrolysis method: A continuous steam pyrolysis method is provided. The method comprises feeding a material to be pyrolyzed into a tubular reactor and carrying out a pyrolysis reaction in the tubular reactor in the presence of a superheated steam flow. The material to be pyrolyzed passes through one or more proceeding zones... Agent: Holland & Knight LLP
20090250379 - Process for manufacturing a microreactor and its use as a reformer: For manufacturing micro-structured reactors with passageways loaded with catalyst using the pre-coat method, a method is provided which comprises the following method steps: a) producing reactor layers having bonding areas as well as passageway areas in which the passageways are formed, b) applying at least one bonding layer onto the... Agent: Frank J. Bonini, Jr. Harding, Earley, Follmer & Frailey
20090250381 - Extraction of hydrocarbons from hydrocarbon-containing materials and/or processing of hydrocarbon-containing materials: A method of extracting hydrocarbon-containing organic matter from a hydrocarbon-containing material includes the steps of providing a first liquid comprising a turpentine liquid; contacting the hydrocarbon-containing material with the turpentine liquid to form an extraction mixture; extracting the hydrocarbon material into the turpentine liquid; and separating the extracted hydrocarbon material... Agent: Rothwell, Figg, Ernst & Manbeck, P.C.
20090250380 - Methods of transporting heavy hydrocarbons: A method of transporting heavy hydrocarbons can include blending a kerogen oil with a bitumen to form a blended oil sufficient to render the blended oil transportable through an extended pipeline. The blended oil can be substantially free of additional diluents or viscosity modifiers and can be readily pumped through... Agent: Thorpe North & Western, LLP.10/01/2009 > patent applications in patent subcategories. categorized by USPTO classification
20090242458 - Oxidative desulfurization of fuel oil: A method for purifying a sulfur-containing fuel oil comprising (a) contacting in a first reaction mixture the sulfur-containing fuel oil with a water-soluble organic acid and oxygen at a temperature in a range of from about 100° C. to about 250° C., and at a pressure in a range of... Agent: General Electric Company Global Research
20090242459 - Oxidative desulfurization of fuel oil: A method for purifying a sulfur-containing fuel oil comprising (a) contacting in a first reaction mixture the sulfur-containing fuel oil with an exogenous binary catalyst, hydrogen peroxide, and a water-soluble acid at a temperature in a range of from about 25° C. to about 150° C. to provide a first... Agent: General Electric Company Global Research
20090242460 - Oxidative desulfurization of fuel oil: A method for purifying a sulfur-containing fuel oil comprising (a) contacting the fuel oil with a supported exogenous binary catalyst and oxygen at a temperature in a range of from about 25° C. to about 150° C., and at a pressure in a range of from about 1 atmosphere to... Agent: General Electric Company Global Research
20090242462 - Oxygen removal:
20090242463 - Process and system improvement for improving and recuperating waste, heavy and extra heavy hydrocarbons: A continuous process for upgrading a heavy hydrocarbon includes the steps of: obtaining a heavy hydrocarbon; heating the heavy hydrocarbon; contacting the heavy hydrocarbon with a solvent at upgrading conditions so as to produce a first product comprising a mixture of upgraded hydrocarbon and solvent and a second product comprising... Agent: Bachman & Lapointe, P.C.Previous industry: Special receptacle or package
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