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Thomas H Barker, Thomas L Roach, Richard H Kruse, Jay A Fayer, Eric O Bohlman: Gasoline station system for enablement of selected pumps by a credit card console located at the pump island. Atlantic Richfield Company, John B Goodman, July 26, 1983: US04395627 (54 worldwide citation)

A system for use in a gasoline station for automatic enablement of fuel dispensing means from the fuel island by a customer credit card comprising credit card reader means, customer operable keyboard means, display means, output channel means, and first processor control means, together with attenda ...


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Emmett H Burk Jr, Jui Yuan Sun, Nestor J Troncoso: Process for removal of sulfur and ash from coal. Atlantic Richfield Company, John B Goodman, June 9, 1981: US04272250 (51 worldwide citation)

A process for reducing the sulfur and ash content of coal particles wherein coal particles are treated in an aqueous slurry with a minor amount of hydrocarbon oil to form coal-oil aggregates having modified particle size and density characteristics. The coal-oil aggregates are separated from ash and ...


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James L Jezl, Glenn O Michaels, Michael J Spangler: Conversion of a lower alkane. Amoco Corporation, John B Goodman, William H Magidson, Ralph C Medhurst, June 28, 1988: US04754093 (44 worldwide citation)

The catalyzed oxidative coupling of a lower molecular weight alkane to move valuable, higher molecular weight hydrocarbons is disclosed.


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James L Jezl, Glenn O Michaels, Michael J Spangler: Conversion of a lower alkane. Amoco Corporation, John B Goodman, William H Magidson, Ralph C Medhurst, June 28, 1988: US04754091 (43 worldwide citation)

The catalyzed oxidative coupling of a lower molecular weight alkane to higher molecular weight hydrocarbons which are then oligomerized to form aromatic hydrocarbons is disclosed.


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James L Jezl, Glenn O Michaels, Michael J Spangler: Conversion of a lower alkane. Amoco Corporation, John B Goodman, William H Magidson, Ralph C Medhurst, June 14, 1988: US04751336 (40 worldwide citation)

The catalyzed oxidative coupling of a lower molecular weight alkane to higher molecular weight hydrocarbons which are then oxidatively dehydrogenated to form unsaturated aliphatic hydrocarbons is disclosed.


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Lawrence B Peck: Recovery of a carbonaceous liquid with a low fines content. Amoco Corporation, John B Goodman, William H Magidson, Ralph C Medhurst, October 13, 1987: US04699709 (31 worldwide citation)

A method for removing solid fines in an extraction of bitumen by (1) extracting bitumen with a mixed solvent comprising at least one solvent with a solubility parameter higher than that of the bitumen and at least one solvent with a solubility parameter lower than that of the bitumen to obtain a bit ...


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Thomas H Barker, Thomas L Roach: Gasoline station system for enablement of selected pumps by a credit card console located at the pump island. Atlantic Richfield Company, John B Goodman, July 26, 1983: US04395626 (31 worldwide citation)

A system for use in a gasoline station for automatic enablement of fuel dispensing means from the fuel island by a customer credit card comprising credit card reader means, customer operable keyboard means, display means, output channel means, and first processor control means, together with attenda ...


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Martin P Grosboll, Robert R Edison, Thorpe Dresser: Apparatus and process for distributing a mixed phase through solids. Atlantic Richfield Company, John B Goodman, November 21, 1978: US04126540 (27 worldwide citation)

Disclosed is an apparatus for distributing a generally downwardly flowing liquid-vapor mixture through a bed of solid particles comprising:


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Robert J Graham, John J Helstrom, Lawrence B Peck, Richard A Stone: Method for solvent treating of tar sands with water displacement. Standard Oil Company, John B Goodman, William H Magidson, Ralph C Medhurst, February 2, 1988: US04722782 (26 worldwide citation)

A method for the recovery of bitumen from tar sand comprises slurrying tar sand with about 0.5 to about 4.0 pound of a organic solvent per pound of tar sand, then adding greater than about 0.50 pound water per pound of tar sand, and separating a bitumen rich solvent phase. The method has the advanta ...


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Emmett H Burk Jr, Jui Yuan Sun, Lloyd A Baillie: Process for removal of sulfur and ash from coal. Atlantic Richfield Company, John B Goodman, June 2, 1981: US04270926 (23 worldwide citation)

A process for reducing the sulfur and ash content of coal wherein coal particles are treated in an aqueous slurry with a minor amount of hydrocarbon oil to form coal-oil aggregates. The coal-oil aggregates are separated from ash and mineral matter in the slurry by dissolved gas flotation. Optionally ...