|1.||WO||WO/2013/180572 - DRUM UNIT WITH AN ARCH COMPENSATOR FOR A WELL INTERVENTION STRING||05.12.2013||
|PCT/NO2013/050093||C6 TECHNOLOGIES AS||AARSLAND, Tore|
A drum unit (T) for an intervention string (0) for a well, comprising: - a drum (1) for said intervention string (0) with a drum axis (10> and with a radius (R), arranged in a structural frame (2) and rotatable by a motor (22); - a tension compensator (3) for said intervention string (0),— wherein said tension compensator (3) comprises a guide arch (31) displaceable in a direction generally along the intervention string (0), orthogonal to said drum axis (10), using a first force device (6, 6B, 62B) connected to said structural frame (2) for keeping said intervention string (0) in tension; - wherein at least a first end (31A) of said guide arch (31) is laterally displaceable in a direction generally orthogonal to said intervention string, parallel with said drum axis (10),— wherein said intervention string (0) runs between said guide arch (31) to or from said first end (31A) to said drum (1); - wherein said intervention string (0) runs via a second, opposite end (31B) of said guide arch (31) via a second, fixed guide (5) at said structural frame (1), directly or indirectly to or from said well.
|2.||WO||WO/2013/180573 - DEVICE FOR PREVENTING UNWANTED RELEASE OF SAFETY HOOKS||05.12.2013||
|PCT/NO2013/050095||NORSAFE AS||NORDGÅRD, Roger|
A securing device configured for preventing unintended release of load from on-load safety hooks is provided, the securing device at least including: a) A first manually releasable securing member (1) configured for engaging a hook housing through at least one engagement means, b: At least one securing means (72) that makes sure the securing member (1) is maintained in a fixed position relative to a release mechanism (3) and engaged with the release mechanism (3) mounted in the hook housing. According to the present invention, a safety assembly for preventing unintended release of load from on-load safety hooks is also provided.
|3.||WO||WO/2013/180574 - TRACER DEVICE FOR DOWNHOLE FLUID PROCESSING||05.12.2013||
|PCT/NO2013/050096||SCALE PROTECTION AS||DRØNEN, Ole Magnar|
A tracer device (26) for processing fluid (28) is described, the processing fluid being injected into a structure (11, 24) which encloses a borehole (21) in a bedrock (1) or a casing (23) arranged in the borehole (21), wherein a portion of a fluid line (22, 25) extending through the structure (11, 24), is provided with at least two spaced apart trace element containers (261, 262, 263) whereof each is provided with a trace element (264'; 264"; 264"') different from the trace element (264'; 264"; 264'") in the other trace element container(s) (261, 262, 263), the trace elements (264'; 264"; 264"') being contained in an encapsulating material (264a) which is dissoluble in contact with the processing fluid (28) and indissoluble in contact with a formation fluid (29), or which is chemically bound to a carrier (265) and is chemically releasable in contact with the processing fluid (28). A method for tracking of an occurrence of a processing fluid (28) which is injected into a structure (11, 24) is also described.
|4.||WO||WO/2013/180575 - A DIE HOLDER DEVICE FOR OILFIELD USE AND METHOD FOR UTILIZING THE SAME||05.12.2013||
|PCT/NO2013/050097||NATIONAL OILWELL VARCO NORWAY AS||WEBB, Jonathan Garrick|
A die holder device for oilfield use and a method for operating same where a die holder (34), that has an axial centre line (40), is adapted to receive a clamp die (24) and where the die holder (34) is included in a clamp arm (12, 16) or slide block (20), wherein the die holder (34) is restricted from axial movement by at least a first complete or partial conical surface (48) or a second complete or partial conical surface (54) that directly or indirectly bears against the clamp arm (12, 16) or the slide block (20).
|5.||WO||WO/2013/180576 - SYSTEM FOR A FREE FALL LIFEBOAT||05.12.2013||
|PCT/NO2013/050098||IKM DSC ENGINEERING AS||WIERLI, Olav|
The present invention regards a system for a substantially smoke tight transition from a muster area to a lifeboat 100.
|6.||WO||WO/2013/176553 - WEARING PART ARRANGEMENT FOR PLOUGH SHARE||28.11.2013||
|PCT/NO2013/050091||KVERNELAND GROUP OPERATIONS NORWAY AS||SKJÆVELAND, Magne|
A wearing-part arrangement for a leading edge (21) of a plough body (1) is described, in which a plough point (3) is releasably attached to the plough body (1), the plough point (3) being mirror-symmetrical around the longitudinal axis (SA) of the plough point (3) and being provided with a pointed front portion (31).
|7.||WO||WO/2013/176552 - DISPLAYING DEVICE AND METHOD FOR USING THE SAME||28.11.2013||
|PCT/NO2013/050090||SÆTEN, Anne Jorunn||SÆTEN, Anne Jorunn|
A displaying device (1) is described, the displaying device (1) including: - a movable storage device (11) adjustable between at least a closed position and an open position; - an elastic image-building body (13) adjustable between at least an inactive position and an active position, the image-building body (13), in its inactive position, being arranged to be accommodated by the storage device (11) in the closed position thereof, characterized by - the image-building body (13) including a substantially gas-tight cavity (131); and - the displaying device (1) including a valve (15) arranged to be connected to a gas source, the valve (15) being arranged to provide gas communication between the gas source and the cavity (131), so that the cavity (131) may be filled with gas, and the image-building body (13) may be raised into its active position when the storage device (11) is in its open position. A method of using a displaying device (1) is described as well. Finally, a use of a compressor (3) for putting up an image-building wall (13) is described.
|8.||WO||WO/2013/176551 - DEVICE FOR ATTACHMENT OF REPLACEABLE WEARING PART||28.11.2013||
|PCT/NO2013/050089||KVERNELAND GROUP OPERATIONS NORWAY AS||SKJÆVELAND, Magne|
A device for the attachment of a replaceable wearing part (4) to be attached at a leading edge (22) of an implement (1) is described, wherein, at the leading edge (22), a supporting surface (21) is formed which is arranged to receive and fix a wearing-part holder (3), one of the wearing-part holder (3) and the wearing part (4) forming an attachment projection (31) and the other of the wearing-part holder (3) and the wearing part (4) forming a corresponding socket (43), the attachment projection (31) and the socket (43) being provided with corresponding, cooperating guide portions (32, 431), the guide portions (32) of the wearing-part holder (3) being formed as guide faces (32a, 32c, 32e) facing the supporting surface (21) and being slanted relative to the supporting surfaces (21), falling in a direction away from the leading edge (22).
|9.||WO||WO/2013/176554 - APPARATUS FOR WATERING PLANTS||28.11.2013||
|PCT/NO2013/050094||STEMLAND, Kenneth||STEMLAND, Kenneth|
An apparatus for watering plants (100) has a pliable, flexible main part (110) with two arms (120, 130) disposed on either side of a longitudinal axis (101). The apparatus can be manufactured from a thin flexible sheet, and be stored and transported in a stack of such sheets. During operation, the main part (110) is bent up and out from the longitudinal axis (101) and the arms (120, 130) are bent out of the plane. The apparatus has a foot (140) which is inserted into the soil by a plant and may have a tongue (150) that leads water to the soil near the root of the plant. The apparatus is preferably made of a recyclable plastic that limits the heat transport from the main part (110) to the soil around the plant, for example polypropylene and/or polyethylene. Applications as collector of rain and dew and as a label with practical use during manual watering are described.
|10.||WO||WO/2013/172716 - SEPARATING HYDROCARBONS AND INORGANIC MATERIAL||21.11.2013||
|PCT/NO2012/000067||ENNOX OIL SOLUTIONS INC.||WILICHOWSKI, Mathias|
A method for separating hydrocarbons from an initial mixture comprising agglomerates (200) of hydrocarbons and solid inorganic material (212) is disclosed. The method comprises the steps of grinding the agglomerates by exposing the initial mixture to a liquid dissolving agent and a medium (123, 123') having kinetic energy, removing a film of hydrocarbons (211') from the inorganic material (212) using cavitation and/or ultrasound, and separating liquid from the solid inorganic material (212). Compared to prior art, the method provides better separation and low consumption of heat, organic solvent and water. An apparatus and a system are also disclosed.