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1. WO/2015/109381 CARBON MONOLITH AND METHOD OF PRODUCING SAMEWO30.07.2015
B01J 20/28
PCT/CA2014/000041HER MAJESTY THE QUEEN IN RIGHT OF CANADA, AS REPRESENTED BY THE MINISTER OF NATIONAL DEFENCECUI, Yuxing
A process for preparing a self-supporting monolithic porous carbonaceous adsorbent structure involves: drying a mixture of polymeric carbon precursor particles and an organic latex binder at a temperature of 100°C or less to form a solid monolith of polymeric carbon precursor particles bound by an organic polymer matrix in a pre-determined shape. The solid monolith in the pre-determined shape is carbonized at a temperature of 800°C or less to form a self-supporting monolithic porous carbonaceous adsorbent structure. The self-supporting monolithic porous carbonaceous adsorbent structure produced by the process has an efficient tortuous gas flow path in the whole monolith, low breath resistance (pressure drop), and strong mechanical strength of the adsorbent structure.

2. WO/2015/109385 CARBON MONOLITH, CARBON MONOLITH WITH METAL IMPREGNANT AND METHOD OF PRODUCING SAMEWO30.07.2015
B01J 20/28
PCT/CA2014/050565HER MAJESTY THE QUEEN IN RIGHT OF CANADA, as represented by THE MINISTER OF NATIONAL DEFENCECUI, Yuxing
A process for preparing a self-supporting monolithic porous carbonaceous adsorbent structure involves drying a mixture of non-gelling polymeric carbon precursor particles and an organic latex binder at a temperature of 100°C or less to form a solid monolith of polymeric carbon precursor particles bound by an organic polymer matrix in a pre-determined shape. The solid monolith in the pre-determined shape is carbonized at a temperature of 800°C or less to form a self-supporting monolithic porous carbonaceous adsorbent structure. A metal impregnant is introduced before or after carbonization of the solid monolith.

3. WO/2015/112198 METHOD TO PROVIDE PIPELINE QUALITY NATURAL GASWO30.07.2015
B01J 20/34
PCT/US2014/049775DOW GLOBAL TECHNOLOGIES LLCMATTEUCCI, Scott T.
A method of separating and recovering NGLs (29) from a natural gas feedstream (3) is described. Specifically, the present method allows for the separation of ethane and heavier hydrocarbons and/or propane and heavier hydrocarbons from a raw natural gas feedstream (3) to provide pipeline quality natural gas (5). One embodiment of this method provides for the use of a regenerable adsorbent media which is regenerated by a microwave heating system. Said regeneration step may be operated as a batch process, a semi-continuous process, or a continuous process.

4. WO/2015/112199 PROCESS FOR RECOVERING NATURAL GAS LIQUIDS FROM NATURAL GAS PRODUCED IN REMOTE LOCATIONSWO30.07.2015
B01D 53/08
PCT/US2014/049781DOW GLOBAL TECHNOLOGIES LLCMATTEUCCI, Scott T.
Disclosed is a method to reduce the environmental impact of flaring a natural gas feedstream by removing and recovering some or all natural gas liquids (NGLs) (29) from the natural gas feedstream (3) prior to flaring (100). One embodiment of the present method provides for the use of a regenerable adsorbent media to remove the NGLs from the natural gas which can be regenerated by a microwave heating system. Said regeneration step may be operated as a batch process, a semi-continuous process, or a continuous process.

5. WO/2015/111463 GAS-LIQUID CONTACTOR AND CO2 RECOVERY DEVICEWO30.07.2015
B01J 10/00
PCT/JP2015/050662MITSUBISHI HEAVY INDUSTRIES, LTD.TANAKA, Hiroshi
To provide: a gas-liquid contactor capable of reducing the gas-liquid drift inside the device and of preventing reduction in gas absorption characteristics, even if the overall device has increased in size; and a CO2 recovery device. This gas-liquid contactor (100) comprises: a plurality of filler material sections (110) through which exhaust gas (11) passes; and a plurality of liquid dispersers (120) provided upon each of the plurality of filler material sections (110), dispersing a CO2 absorption liquid (14) caused to come in contact with the exhaust gas (11) and supplying the CO2 absorption liquid (14) to the plurality of filler material sections (110). The plurality of filler material sections (110) include a first filler material layer (111) and a second filler material layer (112) that have provided therein flowpaths (111a, 112a) for the CO2 absorption fluid (14) that each extend in prescribed directions (D2, D3). The first filler material layer (111) and the second filler material layer (112) are characterized by being laminated such that the directions (D2, D3) of extension of the flowpaths (111a, 112a) in the flow direction (D1) for the exhaust gas (11) are different from each other.

6. WO/2015/111454 CO2 RECOVERY APPARATUS AND CO2 RECOVERY PROCESSWO30.07.2015
B01D 53/14
PCT/JP2015/050550MITSUBISHI HEAVY INDUSTRIES, LTD.HIRATA, Takuya
Provided are: a CO2 recovery apparatus such that the total operational efficiency and stability of the apparatus can be improved even when the amount of a gas to be treated varies; and a CO2 recovery process. This CO2 recovery apparatus (1) is provided with: a CO2 absorption tower (14) for bringing exhaust gas (11A) into contact with a CO2 absorbing liquid (13) and thus making the CO2 absorbing liquid (13) absorb the CO2 contained in the exhaust gas (11A); a CO2 absorbing liquid regeneration tower (15) for heating the CO2 absorbing liquid (13) with steam and thus releasing CO2 from the CO2 absorbing liquid (13) and regenerating the CO2 absorbing liquid (13); a flowmeter (101) for determining the flow rate of the exhaust gas (11A) introduced into the CO2 absorption tower (14); and a control unit (102) for classifying the flow rates of the exhaust gas (11A) determined by the flowmeter (101) into multiple flow rate ranges, and controlling the flow rate of the CO2 absorbing liquid (13) supplied to the CO2 absorption tower (14) and the flow rate of steam supplied to the CO2 absorbing liquid regeneration tower (15) on the basis of prescribed load set values which have been previously established in accordance with the multiple flow rate ranges.

7. WO/2015/111033 SYSTEMS AND METHODS FOR THERMAL RECOVERY OF DRAW SOLUTESWO30.07.2015
B01D 3/00
PCT/IB2015/051179NAGARE MEMBRANES, LLCMCGINNIS, Robert
A method and system for recycling draw solutes in an osmotically driven membrane process. Recirculation of the sweep gas within the system is caused by use of heat.

8. WO/2015/110819 DIESEL OXIDATION CATALYST AND EXHAUST SYSTEMWO30.07.2015
B01J 29/40
PCT/GB2015/050147JOHNSON MATTHEY PUBLIC LIMITED COMPANYCHIFFEY, Andrew Francis
An oxidation catalyst for treating an exhaust gas from a diesel engine, which oxidation catalyst comprises: a first washcoat region comprising platinum (Pt), manganese (Mn) and a first support material; a second washcoat region comprising a platinum group metal (PGM) and a second support material; and a substrate having an inlet end and an outlet end; wherein the second washcoat region is arranged to contact the exhaust gas at the outlet end of the substrate and after contact of the exhaust gas with the first washcoat region.

9. WO/2015/111065 RAPID HIGH-PRESSURE MICROWAVE THERMAL DECOMPOSITION SYSTEM, CAPSULE AND METHOD FOR USING SAMEWO30.07.2015
C01B 31/20
PCT/IL2015/050094SO SPARK LTD.SHALEV, Pinchas
Carbon dioxide, such as may be used for a carbonated beverage, is produced by thermal decomposition of a starting material. An apparatus for the process includes a radio frequency (RF) energy generator, a chamber, a capsule received in the chamber containing starting material(s) and one or more channel(s) for recovering CO2 generated in the process.

10. 20150202568 SYSTEMS AND METHODS FOR ACID GAS REMOVAL FROM A GASEOUS STREAMUS23.07.2015
B01D 53/78
14599137Skyonic CorporationAl Yablonsky

Apparatuses, systems, and methods for removing acid gases from a gas stream are provided. Gas streams include waste gas streams or natural gas streams. The methods include obtaining a hypochlorite and a carbonate or bicarbonate in an aqueous mixture, and mixing the aqueous mixture with the gas stream to produce sulfates or nitrates from sulfur-based and nitrogen-based acidic gases. Some embodiments of the present disclosure are directed to produce the carbonate and/or bicarbonate scrubbing reagent from CO2 in the gas stream. Still others are disclosed.



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