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Alfred G Comolli, Lap Keung Lee: Catalytic multi-stage process for hydroconversion and refining hydrocarbon feeds. Hydrocarbon Technologies, Fred A Wilson, February 20, 2001: US06190542 (105 worldwide citation)

A multi-stage catalytic hydrogenation and hydroconversion process for heavy hydrocarbon feed materials such as coal, heavy petroleum fractions, and plastic waste materials. In the process, the feedstock is reacted in a first-stage, back-mixed catalytic reactor with a highly dispersed iron-based cata ...


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Bruce P Pelrine, Alfred G Comolli, Lap Keung Lee: Iron-based ionic liquid catalysts for hydroprocessing carbonaceous feeds. Hydrocarbon Technologies, Fred A Wilson Agent, October 31, 2000: US06139723 (70 worldwide citation)

A highly dispersed iron-based ionic liquid or liquid-gel catalyst which may be anion-modified and metals-promoted has high catalytic activity, and is useful for hydrocracking/hydrogenation reactions for carbonaceous feed materials. The catalyst is produced by aqueous precipitation from saturated iro ...


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Vivek R Pradhan, Alfred G Comolli, Lap Keung Lee: Dispersed anion-modified phosphorus-promoted iron oxide catalysts. Hydrocarbon Technologies, Fred A Wilson, February 16, 1999: US05871638 (60 worldwide citation)

A dispersed fine-sized anion-modified and phosphorus-promoted iron-oxide slurry catalyst having high surface area exceeding 100 m.sup.2 /gm and high catalytic activity, and which is useful for hydrogenation and hydroconversion reactions for carbonaceous feed materials is disclosed. The catalyst is s ...


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Paul R Tabor: Method of in situ oil extraction using hot solvent vapor injection. Hydrocarbon Research, Vincent A Mallare, Fred A Wilson, December 7, 1982: US04362213 (58 worldwide citation)

Heavy oil or bitumen is extracted and removed from underground oil bearing formations having low permeability such as tar sands by injection of hot hydrocarbon solvent vapor into a single well hole at a pressure not substantially exceeding the pressure in the formation to effectively heat and extrac ...


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Bing Zhou, Lap Keung Lee: Catalyst and process for direct catalystic production of hydrogen peroxide, (H2O2). Hydrocarbon Technologies, Fred A Wilson, January 2, 2001: US06168775 (55 worldwide citation)

A particulate supported noble metal phase-controlled catalyst material having 5-1000 &mgr;m surface area of 50&mgr;500 m


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Karl T Chuang, Mingqian Zhang, Bing Zhou: Supported catalyst and process for catalytic oxidation of volatile organic compounds. Hydrocarbon Technologies, Fred A Wilson, December 22, 1998: US05851948 (49 worldwide citation)

A catalyst for effective oxidation of volatile organic compounds (VOCs) includes 0.010-2 wt. % of a noble metal such as platinum in combination with 0.5-15 wt. % of a transition metal oxide such as chromium oxide (Cr.sub.2 O.sub.3), with at least the noble metal being deposited as a thin outer layer ...


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John G Kunesh: Hydrocracking and hydrotreating shale oil in multiple catalytic reactors. Hydrocarbon Research, Vincent A Mallare, Fred A Wilson, August 17, 1982: US04344840 (41 worldwide citation)

Raw shale oil containing precipitable inorganic compounds such as iron and arsenic are preheated to below the precipitation temperature and then catalytically hydrocracked in an ebullated bed catalytic reactor. The metal compounds are deposited on the catalyst in the reactor, from which they are wit ...


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Peizheng Zhou, Lap Keung Lee, Jinglai Zhou, Yijun Lu, Guohui Li: Skeletal iron catalyst having improved attrition resistance and product selectivity in slurry-phase synthesis processes. Hydrocarbon Technologies, Fred A Wilson, August 21, 2001: US06277895 (39 worldwide citation)

Particulate skeletal iron catalyst is provided which contain at least about 50 wt. % iron with the remainder being a minor portion of a suitable non-ferrous metal and having characteristics of 0.062-1.0 mm particle size, 20-100 m


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Alfred G Comolli, Partha S Ganguli: Porous metal oxide supported carbon-coated catalysts and method for producing same. HRI, Fred A Wilson, August 6, 1991: US05037791 (38 worldwide citation)

Supported carbon-coated catalyst material and a method for producing and using same in catalytic reaction processes, preferably in ebullated or fluidized catalyst beds. The catalyst materials are prepared by depositing a porous carbon layer on a support material of a selected metal oxide or compound ...


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John E Duddy, Lawrence M Abrams, Steven J Hildebrandt: Catalytic multi-stage hydrodesulfurization of metals-containing petroleum residua with cascading of rejuvenated catalyst. IFP North America, John F Ritter, Fred A Wilson, July 20, 1999: US05925238 (36 worldwide citation)

A process for catalytic two-stage hydrodesulfurization of metal-containing petroleum residua feedstocks to achieve at least about 75% desulfurization of the liquid product while also providing at least about 40% reduction in catalyst consumption. In the process, used catalyst having a catalyst equil ...



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