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1. WO/2015/039195 METHOD AND DEVICE FOR CARBON DIOXIDE CAPTURING AND ITS TRANSFORMATION INTO GASEOUS FUELWO26.03.2015
C01B 3/34
PCT/BG2014/000031KOVACHKI, Hristo, AtanasovKOVACHKI, Hristo, Atanasov
Method for carbon dioxide capturing and its transformation into gaseous fuel, wherein carbon dioxide alone or in admixture with water vapor and/or methane is subjected to pulsed and/or acoustic treatment and passes through a thermally activated zone with temperature 800 °C to 1000 °C, wherein carbon monoxide is formed, the device for carrying out the method is a reactor with chamber, filled with high-temperature carbon solid carrier or a chamber with high-temperature gaseous medium - plasma.

2. WO/2015/041934 METHODS AND SYSTEMS FOR SUPPLYING HYDROGEN TO A HYDROCATALYTIC REACTIONWO26.03.2015
C10G 3/00
PCT/US2014/055301SHELL OIL COMPANYBOON, Andries Quirin Maria
Systems and methods for supplying hydrogen to a hydrocatalytic reaction of a biomass feedstock by gasification of a biomass material. In a preferred embodiment, the biomass material comprises hog fuel. In one embodiment, an overhead fraction of the hydrocatalytic reaction is further processed to generate higher molecular weight compounds, which can be used to produce a fuel product. In one embodiment, the biomass material comprises an outer bark layer of wood logs used as part of the biomass feedstock subject to the hydrocatalytic reaction.

3. WO/2015/041939 METHODS AND SYSTEMS FOR SUPPLYING HYDROGEN TO A HYDROCATALYTIC REACTIONWO26.03.2015
C10G 3/00
PCT/US2014/055315SHELL OIL COMPANYBOON, Andries Quirin Maria
A bottom fraction of a product of a hydrocatalytic reaction is gasified to generate hydrogen for use in further hydrocatalytic reactions. In one embodiment, an overhead fraction of the hydrocatalytic reaction is further processed to generate higher molecular weight compounds. In another embodiment, a product of the further processing is separated into a bottom fraction and an overhead fraction, where the bottom fraction is also gasified to generate hydrogen for use in further hydrocatalytic reactions.

4. WO/2015/041935 METHODS AND SYSTEMS FOR SUPPLYING HYDROGEN TO A HYDROCATALYTIC REACTIONWO26.03.2015
B01J 19/18
PCT/US2014/055308SHELL OIL COMPANYPOWELL, Joseph Broun
A bottom fraction of a product of a hydrocatalytic reaction is gasified to generate hydrogen for use in further hydrocatalytic reactions. In one embodiment, one or more volatile organic compounds is also vaporized using heat generated in the gasification process. In one embodiment, an overhead fraction of the hydrocatalytic reaction is further processed to generate higher molecular weight compounds. In another embodiment, a product of the further processing is separated into a bottom fraction and an overhead fraction, where the bottom fraction is also gasified to generate hydrogen for use in further hydrocatalytic reactions.

5. WO/2015/041938 METHODS AND SYSTEMS FOR SUPPLYING HYDROGEN TO A HYDROCATALYTIC REACTIONWO26.03.2015
C10G 3/00
PCT/US2014/055314SHELL OIL COMPANYPOWELL, Joseph, Broun
A bottom fraction of a product of a hydrocatalytic reaction is gasified to generate hydrogen for use in further hydrocatalytic reactions. In one embodiment, one or more volatile organic compounds is also vaporized using heat generated in the gasification process. In one embodiment, an overhead fraction of the hydrocatalytic reaction is further processed to generate higher molecular weight compounds. In another embodiment, a product of the further processing is separated into a bottom fraction and an overhead fraction, where the bottom fraction is also gasified to generate hydrogen for use in further hydrocatalytic reactions.

6. WO/2015/041555 PROCESS AND INSTALLATION FOR PRODUCTION OF SYNTHESIS GASWO26.03.2015
C01B 3/24
PCT/RO2014/000026CELAC, VasileCELAC, Vasile
The process and the installation for production of synthesis gas is a multi phased method of obtaining synthesis gas (to be referred from now on as syngas) in a continuous flow; the purpose of this gas is using it as an alternative fuel. This process consists of creating, by aid of an injector (3), a continuous flow of a mixture between water and a liquid classical fossil fuel. The liquid mixture is fed into a "rotating cavitation/vaporization device" (6) and is transformed into a continuous flow of a gaseous mixture. The gaseous mixture is further more, successively super-heated: at first in the cylindrical/toroidal (19) part of the double mantle/shell of a horizontal cylindrical furnace (25); the mixture is secondly super-heated in a reforming tube (12), placed inside the burning area (24) of the furnace. The cylindrical furnace (25) is coupled to the lid (17) of a "user boiler" (18) so as to facilitate the practical use of the hot gases resulting from the furnace burning area (24) of the cylindrical furnace (25). As a result, from the successive chemical processes of pyrolysis and of the non- catalytic reforming with steam at high temperatures of the hydrocarbon from the mixture, the syngas is produced. The syngas is then fed into a dualburner (11), replacing the consumption of classic fossil fuels. The classic fossil fuels are initially used to pre-heat the furnace, facilitating the temperatures necessary for the formation of syngas. The heat generated from the ignition and burning of syngas is used to maintain, in the cylindrical furnace (25), the temperatures necessary for the endothermic thermo chemical reactions that sustain the continuous flow of syngas. The heat resulting from the burning of syngas is also used to cogenerate thermal, electrical or/and mechanical energy.

7. WO/2015/035518 PROCESS FOR PRODUCING AROMATIC COMPOUNDS USING LIGHT ALKANESWO19.03.2015
C07C 2/76
PCT/CA2014/050864THE ROYAL INSTITUTION FOR THE ADVANCEMENT OF LEARNING/MCGILL UNIVERSITYLI, Chao-Jun
There is provided a new process using heat or photoenergy for catalizing the production of aromatic compounds such as benzene, toluene and xylene from C1-C6 alkanes or cycloalkanes. The process is carried out in presence of a type IIIA metal nitride such as Ga N as the catalyst.

8. WO/2015/033815 HYDROGEN PRODUCTION DEVICE, HYDROGEN PRODUCTION METHOD, SILICON FINE PARTICLES FOR HYDROGEN PRODUCTION, AND PRODUCTION METHOD FOR SILICON FINE PARTICLES FOR HYDROGEN PRODUCTIONWO12.03.2015
C01B 3/06
PCT/JP2014/072219KOBAYASHI, HikaruKOBAYASHI, Hikaru
A hydrogen production device (100) according to the present invention comprises: a pulverizing unit (10) for forming silicon fine particles (2) by pulverizing silicon chips or silicon grinding debris (1); and a hydrogen generation unit (70) for generating hydrogen by bringing the silicon fine particles (2) into contact with water or an aqueous solution and/or dispersing the silicon fine particles (2) in the water or the aqueous solution. Using this hydrogen production device (100), it is possible to produce, with high reliability, hydrogen in an amount that can sustain practical use, using silicon chips or silicon grinding debris that are normally considered a waste product as the starting material. Therefore, by effectively using silicon chips or silicon grinding debris, the present invention contributes to protecting the environment and contributes to greatly reducing the cost of producing hydrogen to be utilized as a next-generation energy source.

9. WO/2015/033583 MANUFACTURING DEVICE AND MANUFACTURING METHOD FOR HYDROGEN AND SYNTHETIC NATURAL GASWO12.03.2015
C01B 3/24
PCT/JP2014/004605CHIYODA CORPORATIONIKEDA, Osamu
[Problem] To improve thermal efficiency in a manufacturing device for hydrogen and synthetic natural gas. [Solution] Provided is a manufacturing device (1) for hydrogen and synthetic natural gas wherein: the manufacturing device comprises a synthetic natural gas production device (2) that produces synthetic natural gas from hydrogen and carbon dioxide through a reverse shift reaction and a methanation reaction, and a hydrogen production device (3) that produces hydrogen from a hydrogenated aromatic compound through a dehydrogenation reaction; and in order to use the reaction heat of the methanation reaction, which is an exothermic reaction, in the dehydrogenation reaction, which is an endothermic reaction, the heat is supplied to the hydrogen production device from the synthetic natural gas production device.

10. WO/2015/034329 SEPARATION MEMBRANE, HYDROGEN SEPARATION MEMBRANE INCLUDING THE SEPARATION MEMBRANE, AND METHOD OF MANUFACTURING THE SEPARATION MEMBRANEWO12.03.2015
B01D 71/02
PCT/KR2014/008425SAMSUNG ELECTRONICS CO., LTD.MOON, Kyoung-Seok
Disclosed are a separation membrane including a Group 5-based alloy, wherein crystal particles in the alloy have an average minor axis length of about 3 μm to about 10 μm and an aspect ratio of about 1:8 to 1:20, wherein the alloy is represented by the following Chemical Formula 1, and a method of manufacturing the same. (Chemical Formula 1) AxByCz In Chemical Formula 1, A is vanadium, niobium, or tantalum, B and C are same or different and are independently selected from nickel (Ni), aluminum (Al), iron (Fe), cobalt (Co), manganese (Mn), iridium (Ir), palladium (Pd), and platinum (Pt), x is a real number of greater than or equal to about 0.8 and less than 1, y+z = 1-x, and y and z are independently real numbers of greater than or equal to about 0.


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