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1. 20160030916 METHOD OF SCAVENGING HYDROGEN SULFIDE AND MERCAPTANS USING WELL TREATMENT COMPOSITESUS04.02.2016
B01J 20/14
14448102Baker Hughes IncorporatedDong Shen

Hydrogen sulfide and mercaptans may be removed from a fluid or gaseous stream by introducing a composite to the fluid or gaseous stream containing a hydrogen sulfide scavenger adsorbed onto a water-insoluble adsorbent.


2. WO/2016/016720 PERFORMANCE BALANCING ELASTOMERIC HYDROGEN REACTORWO04.02.2016
C01B 3/06
PCT/IB2015/001767INTELLIGENT ENERGY LIMITED STIMITS, Jason
A hydrogen producing reactor having a pellet core within an elastomeric containment vessel with an exit nozzle and having a line to deliver fluid to the pellet. One or more elastomeric windings may be placed around the containment vessel. The containment compresses around the fuel pellet as it is used. Hydrogen and other products produced by the reactor within a cartridge is filtered with a clog-less filter and substantially pure hydrogen is output.

3. 20160028083 ACTIVATION OF LAVES PHASE-RELATED BCC METAL HYDRIDE ALLOYS FOR ELECTROCHEMICAL APPLICATIONSUS28.01.2016
H01M 4/38
14340913Ovonic Battery Company, Inc.Kwo-hsiung Young

Laves phase-related BCC metal hydride alloys historically have limited electrochemical capabilities. Provided are processes of activating these alloys to produce hydrogen storage materials with greater than 200 mAh/g capacities and commonly much greater than 300 mAh/g capacities. The processes include cooling the alloy during hydrogenation to reduced temperatures or by subjecting the materials to significantly increased hydrogen pressures. Temperatures in many embodiments do not exceed 300° C. By decreasing the temperature or increasing the hydrogen pressure the phase structure of the material is optimized to increase a synergistic effect between multiple phases in the resulting alloy thereby greatly improving the electrochemical capacities.


4. 20160023897 METHOD AND GENERATOR FOR HYDROGEN PRODUCTIONUS28.01.2016
C01B 3/06
14864468Horizon Energy Systems Pte. Ltd.Zhijun Gu

A hydrogen generator and methods of generating hydrogen are described in which a hydride is hydrolysed in a reaction chamber in an exothermic reaction by the addition of liquid water to be vaporized in the reaction chamber, and/or the added water is controlled in relation to the hydrogen generated according to a value x defined by equations, which, for a divalent metal, reads:


MH2+xH2O→(2-x)MO+(x-1)M(OH)2+2H2,

wherein M symbolizing the divalent metal and x is preferred in the interval of 1.2 to 1.3. The equation as well as the values of x depend on the sort of hydride, i.e. whether a 1-, 2-, 3- or 4-valent hydride is applied. The hydrogen generator has a reaction chamber and an operably coupled water storage vessel acting also as condenser for recycled water.


5. 20160024620 LAVES PHASE-RELATED BCC METAL HYDRIDE ALLOYS FOR ELECTROCHEMICAL APPLICATIONSUS28.01.2016
C22C 27/02
14340959Ovonic Battery Company, Inc.Kwo-Hsiung Young

Laves phase-related BCC metal hydride alloys historically have limited electrochemical capabilities. Provided are a new examples of these alloys useful as electrode active materials. Alloys include a composition defined by Formula I: TiwVxCryMz (I) where w+x+y+z=1, 0.1≦w≦0.6, 0.1≦x≦0.6, 0.01≦y≦0.6 and M is selected from the group consisting of B, Al, Si, Sn and one or more transition metals that achieve discharge capacities of 350 mAh/g or greater for cycles of 10 or more.


6. WO/2016/014356 LAVES PHASE-RELATED BCC METAL HYDRIDE ALLOYS AND ACTIVATION THEREOF FOR ELECTROCHEMICAL APPLICATIONSWO28.01.2016
H01M 4/38
PCT/US2015/040892OVONIC BATTERY COMPANY, INC. YOUNG, Kwo-Hsiung
Laves phase-related BCC metal hydride alloys historically have limited electrochemical capabilities. Provided are a new examples of these alloys useful as electrode active materials. Also provided are processes of activating such alloys. Alloys include a composition defined by Formula I: TiwVxCryMz (I) where w+x+y+z = 1, 0.1
7. WO/2016/011555 PROCESS FOR PRODUCING FUEL USING TWO FERMENTATIONSWO28.01.2016
C12P 7/06
PCT/CA2015/050687IOGEN CORPORATION FOODY, Patrick J.
A process is provided for forming a fuel or a fuel intermediate from two fermentations that includes feeding an aqueous solution comprising a fermentation product from a first bioreactor to a second bioreactor and/or a stage upstream of the second bioreactor, which also produces the fermentation product. The aqueous solution may be added at any stage of the second fermentation and/or processing steps upstream from the second bioreactor that would otherwise require the addition of water. Accordingly, the product yield is increased while fresh/treated water usage is decreased.

8. WO/2016/011554 PROCESS FOR USING BIOGENIC CARBON DIOXIDE DERIVED FROM NON-FOSSIL ORGANIC MATERIALWO28.01.2016
C12P 7/06
PCT/CA2015/050686IOGEN CORPORATION FOODY, Patrick J.
The present disclosure provides a process for forming a biogenic carbon-based fuel or a fuel intermediate from biogenic carbon dioxide and hydrogen. The hydrogen is sourced from a process that produces hydrogen and fossil carbon dioxide from a fossil-fuel hydrocarbon and separates the fossil carbon dioxide from the hydrogen. The process may further comprise carrying out or arranging for one or more parties to carry out at least one step that contributes to a reduction in the GHG emissions of the biogenic carbon-based fuel, or a fuel made from the fuel intermediate, of at least 20% relative to a gasoline baseline. In various embodiments this includes (a) introducing the fossil carbon dioxide underground, and/or (b) using a biogenic carbon-based product selected from a chemical and energy product produced from the non-fossil organic material to displace the use or production of a corresponding fossil-based product.

9. 2977348 HYDROGEN GENERATION APPARATUS, FUEL CELL SYSTEM PROVIDED THEREWITH, METHOD FOR OPERATING HYDROGEN GENERATION APPARATUS, AND METHOD FOR OPERATING FUEL CELL SYSTEMEP27.01.2016
C01B 3/38
14770321PANASONIC IP MAN CO LTDMUKAI YUJI
A hydrogen generator of the present invention comprises a reformer (9), a raw material supply unit (2) which supplies a raw material to the reformer (9), a combustor (10) which heats the reformer (9), an air supply unit (13) which supplies air to the combustor (10), a hydrodesulfurization unit (3) which removes a sulfur component from the raw material through a hydrogenation reaction, a heater which heats the hydrodesulfurization unit (3), a desulfurization temperature detector which detects a temperature of the hydrodesulfurization unit (3), a cooling passage (24) through which at least a part of the air supplied from the air supply unit (13) to the combustor (10) flows, to cool the hydrodesulfurization unit (3), and a controller (29) configured to perform control to cause a flow rate of the air supplied to the cooling passage (24) to be higher, when the temperature detected by the desulfurization temperature detector is higher a preset first temperature threshold than when the temperature is equal to or lower than the first temperature threshold.

10. 2971928 ACTIVE VOLUME ENERGY LEVEL LARGE SCALE SUB-SEA ENERGY FLUIDS STORAGE METHODS AND APPARATUS FOR POWER GENERATION AND INTEGRATION OF RENEWABLE ENERGY SOURCESEP20.01.2016
F17C 1/00
13730410SANKO TEKSTIL ISLETMELERI SANAYI VE TICARET A SZEREN FEVZI
Systems and methods for storing energy in gaseous form in submerged thin-walled tanks (1, 7, 61, 62, 63, 67, 101) are secured to the ocean or lake floor but are open to the water at the tank bottoms (1a, 64) and are configured to be filled with gas while submerged. A conduit (2, 2a, 11) operatively connected to the tanks (1, 7, 61, 62, 63, 67, 101) provides flow from a surface source of an energy-containing gas to the tank interiors (1d, 101a). Surface or subsurface pumping apparatus (3, 37, 42, 46, 48, 53) which may include piston-less pressure cylinders (37) or have leveraged pistons (48, 53) provide a preselected flow rate of the energy-containing gas into the tank interiors (1d, 101a) against a back pressure essentially equal to the static pressure of the body of water at the location of the tank (1, 7, 61, 62, 63, 67, 101) to displace an equivalent volume of water through the open bottom (1a, 64). The conduit (2, 2a, 11) can be configured to allow heat transfer to vaporize liquefied gas prior to storage. Hydrogen gas can be generated and stored within the tank (1, 7, 61, 62, 63, 67, 101) using Aluminum activated with Galinstan.


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