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Edward T Child, William L Lafferty Jr, Robert M Suggitt, Frederick C Jahnke: Combined power cycle with liquefied natural gas (LNG) and synthesis or fuel gas. Texaco, James J O Loughlin, Albert Brent, March 22, 1994: US05295350 (88 worldwide citation)

Mechanical and electrical power are produced along with synthesis or fuel gas by the partial oxidation process with integrated combustion and steam turbines. By-product vaporized liquefied natural gas for feed to a pipeline for gas consumers is obtained by heat exchange with heat containing streams ...


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Edward T Child, Warren G Schlinger, George N Richter: Production of purified synthesis gas H.sub.2 -rich gas, and by-product CO.sub.2 -rich gas. Texaco, Thomas H Whaley, Carl G Ries, Albert Brent, October 4, 1977: US04052176 (81 worldwide citation)

A raw synthesis gas feed stream, e.g., gaseous mixtures comprising H.sub.2 and CO and containing gaseous impurities including CO.sub.2, H.sub.2 S, COS, and mixtures thereof (acid gas) and CH.sub.4, optionally in admixture with a CO-rich gas stream produced subsequently in the process, is introduced ...


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Warren G Schlinger: Secondary recovery of oil by steam stimulation plus the production of electrical energy and mechanical power. Texaco, T H Whaley, C G Ries, Albert Brent, February 15, 1977: US04007786 (70 worldwide citation)

The subject process pertains to the secondary recovery of oil by the steam stimulation of an underground oil reservoir. As an added benefit, mechanical power and/or electrical energy may be simultaneously produced. In the subject process, raw fuel gas is first produced by the partial oxidation in a ...


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Mitri S Najjar: Partial oxidation process. Texaco, Robert A Kulason, James J O Loughlin, Albert Brent, May 26, 1987: US04668429 (66 worldwide citation)

Synthesis gas is produced by the partial oxidation of a feedstock comprising petroleum coke and/or heavy liquid hydrocarbonaceous fuel containing sulfur and having an ash that contains nickel, vanadium and a comparatively high level of silicon. An iron and calcium-containing additive is introduced i ...


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Matthew A McMahon, Robert M Suggitt, Ronald J McKeon, Albert Brent: Partial oxidation of sewage sludge. Texaco, Robert A Kulason, James J O Loughlin, Albert Brent, January 8, 1991: US04983296 (63 worldwide citation)

Municipal sanitary sewage sludge is disposed of by an improved partial oxidation process without polluting the environment. Aqueous slurries of sewage sludge are upgraded by hydrothermal treatment, preferably while being sheared, concentrated, and then mixed with a supplemental fuel, preferably coal ...


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William L Slater: Partial oxidation process. Texaco, Thomas H Whaley, Carl G Ries, Albert Brent, February 21, 1978: US04074981 (63 worldwide citation)

A continuous process for producing simultaneously a stream of cooled clean synthesis gas, reducing gas, or fuel gas and a separate stream of superheated steam. In the subject process a hydrocarbonaceous fuel is reacted with a free-oxygen containing gas by partial oxidation in the reaction zone of a ...


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Lawrence E Estabrook, Robert M Suggitt: Synthesis gas from slurries of solid carbonaceous fuels. Texaco Development Corporation, Robert A Kulason, Robert Knox Jr, Albert Brent, March 13, 1984: US04436531 (62 worldwide citation)

Synthesis gas, fuel gas, or reducing gas is produced by the noncatalytic partial oxidation of a slurry of ash-containing solid carbonaceous fuel in a liquid carrier with a free-oxygen containing gas in the free-flow reaction zone of a refractory lined gas generator at an autogenous temperature in th ...


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Charles P Marion: Production of clean HCN-free synthesis gas. Texaco Development Corporation, Robert A Kulason, Carl G Ries, Albert Brent, February 19, 1980: US04189307 (60 worldwide citation)

Clean HCN-free synthesis gas is produced from raw synthesis gas leaving a partial-oxidation gas generator by a continuous process comprising the steps of partial cooling, scrubbing with condensate, cooling below the dew point by indirect heat exchange preferably with a rich liquid absorbent from a d ...


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Mitri S Najjar, Michael W Becker: Partial oxidation process with magnetic separation of the ground slag. Texaco, Robert A Kulason, James J O Loughlin, Albert Brent, February 7, 1989: US04803061 (51 worldwide citation)

Synthesis gas is produced by the partial oxidation of a feedstock comprising petroleum coke and/or heavy liquid hydrocarbon fuel containing sulfur and having an ash that contains nickel, vanadium and silicon. An iron-containing or an iron and calcium-containing additive is introduced into the reacti ...


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Everett M Barber, James R Muenger, David L Alexander, Warren G Schlinger: Partial oxidation process with production of power. Texaco, Thomas H Whaley, Carl G Ries, Albert Brent, October 24, 1978: US04121912 (51 worldwide citation)

Power is developed by an expansion turbine in which the working fluid is a gaseous mixture comprising all of the hot raw gas stream leaving an unpacked partial oxidation gas generator, after removing if present a portion of the entrained solids, in admixture with a temperature moderating stream. A m ...