WO/2016/114672 SYSTEM FOR INJECTING FLUE GAS TO A SUBTERRANEAN FORMATION||WO||21.07.2016|
||PCT/NO2016/050004||INTERNATIONAL ENERGY CONSORTIUM AS||MYHR, Gunnar|
A system (100) for injecting flue gas to a subterranean formation, wherein the system (100) is configured to receive an initial mixture of N2, CO2 and less than 2% other components and comprises a compressor (110) for obtaining and maintaining a predetermined downhole pressure. The system (100) has a control system (200) for maintaining the amount of CO2 in an injection mixture in the range 12-90% and can be configured for EOR.
WO/2016/114673 HEAT EXCHANGER||WO||21.07.2016|
||PCT/NO2016/050005||A MARKUSSEN HOLDING AS||MARKUSSEN, Almar|
The invention relates to a heat exchanger for transferring heat between two fluids with different temperature, said heat exchanger comprises a first heat exchange element (10, 11), said first heat exchange element (10, 11) having at least one core (20, 21) extending longitudinally through the heat exchange element, said at least one core (20, 21) defining a core cavity, said cavity being configured with an inlet port 22a and an outlet port 22b to receive a first fluid flowing there through, said heat exchange element (10, 11) having ribs (30) extending continuously substantially in parallel with the at least one core (20, 21) along the whole length of said core (20, 21), said ribs (30) extending radially outwardly from the core (20, 21) and being exposed to contact with a second fluid, flowing along said ribs (30). The invention being distinctive in that each said rib (30, 31) is divided into at least two radially extending fins (33, 34, 35, 36) at a radial distance from the core (20, 21), each said fin (33, 34, 35, 36) extends to a proximity of an outer casing surrounding said first heat exchanger element (10, 11) or a proximity of fins (33,34, 35, 36) of an additional heat exchanger element (10, 11), said additional heat exchanger element (10, 11) being arranged adjacent to said first heat exchanger element (10, 11), said inlet port (22a) and said outlet port (22b) being coupled to said core (20, 21) at the same end of the core (20a, 21 a).
WO/2016/114671 A MOORING MEMBER||WO||21.07.2016|
||PCT/NO2016/050003||CALORFLEX AS||BOYE HANSEN, Allan|
A mooring member comprises a rope (1) configured for extending between a vessel (9) floating in a body of water (W) and an anchoring device (10). The mooring member comprises a plurality of functional elements (4), wherein a first functional element (4) is wound onto at least a portion of the rope (1), a second functional element (42) is wound onto the first functional element (4), and so on, until the outermost functional element (4) is wound onto the second-to-outermost functional element (44). The functional elements are wound in a helical configuration, and comprise one or more of the means in the group comprising: damage protection means, buoyancy means, optical detection means, sonar detection means, stiffness control means, anti-fouling means.
WO/2016/111631 ANCHORING SYSTEM FOR LANDING GEAR ON A GANGWAY||WO||14.07.2016|
||PCT/NO2016/050001||MARINE ALUMINIUM AS||NORNES, Loyd, Arve|
An anchoring system for landing gear (15) suspended under an outer end portion (12) of a gangway (1) is described, in which an abutment portion (152) which is arranged to rest supportingly against an abutment surface (22) at a landing place (2) for the gangway (1) is provided with one or more deactivable magnets (17).
WO/2016/111629 METHOD AND APPARATUS FOR PERMANENT MEASUREMENT OF WELLBORE FORMATION PRESSURE FROM AN IN-SITU CEMENTED LOCATION||WO||14.07.2016|
||PCT/NO2015/050210||SENSOR DEVELOPMENTS AS||GODAGER, Øivind|
A pressure gauge system (1) and a method for in-situ determination of a wellbore formation pressure through a layer of cement (22), comprising; - a housing (5) arranged to be permanently installed in said cement (22) on the outside of a wellbore casing (16), comprising; - a pressure transfer means (94) between a first oil filled chamber (8) and a pressure sensor (6), to isolate said pressure sensor (6) from said oil filled chamber (8), and - a pressure permeable filter port (3) in hydrostatic connectivity with said first oil filled chamber (8), and a porous string (12) extending from said filter port (3), said string (12) has a higher porosity and a higher hydrostatic connectivity than said cement (22) for said formation fluid and is arranged to transfer said formation fluid when it is embedded in said cement (22).
WO/2016/111632 CONTAINER WITH ADAPTIVE STORAGE VOLUME||WO||14.07.2016|
||PCT/NO2016/050002||FOSSEN, Bjørn||FOSSEN, Bjørn|
The present invention relates to storage of a content in the form of solids, discrete elements, granular materials or liquid, where the container (1) comprises a base (2) and a lid (3), and where the lid (3) and the base (2) are suitable for forming a principally air tight storage volume (23). The base (2) and lid (3) comprise respectively base closing devices (24) and lid closing devices (34) arranged so that they cooperate to close the container (1) and limit the relative movement between the base (2) and the lid (3) by the closing devices (24, 34), where the lid (3) further comprises an inner part (33) and an adaptation part (35) arranged between the lid closing devices (34) and the inner part of the lid (33), where the adaptation part (35) is placed to push the inner part (33) of the lid from the lid closing devices (34) toward a bottom of the base (2) for adaptation of the storage volume (23) to the content (4) in the container (1).
WO/2016/111630 HYDROCARBON-WATER SEPARATOR||WO||14.07.2016|
||PCT/NO2016/000002||ACCELL HYDRA AS||HANSEN, Knut|
An apparatus (100) for separating hydrocarbons from water, comprising a tank segment (110) with a fluid inlet (111) through a cylindrical tank wall (101), a hydro carbon outlet at a top end and a water outlet (116) at a bottom end (104). A helical guide (112) is attached to the inside of the tank wall (101) below the fluid inlet (111), a deflector (1110) changing a radial flow to a tangential flow at the inlet and an inner cylindrical wall (113) that is attached to the helical guide (112). The inner cylindrical wall (113) of the apparatus (100) extends to the top end of the tank segment (110) and comprises a perforated area (114) along most of its axial length.
WO/2016/108697 SUBSEA FLUID PROCESSING SYSTEM||WO||07.07.2016|
||PCT/NO2015/050263||AKER SUBSEA AS||NØKLEBY, Pål Helge|
It is described a subsea fluid processing system adapted to receive a wellstream flow (1A, 101A) comprising a pressure control device (2,112) adapted to regulate the pressure of the wellstream flow (1A, 101A), a gas-liquid separator unit (4,105) adapted to receive the wellstream flow (1A, 101A) downstream of the pressure control device (2,112) and provide a liquid stream (4A, 105A) and a gas stream (4B, 105B), a first membrane separator (5,106) adapted to receive the gas stream (4B, 105B) and provide a retentate stream (5B, 106A) and a permeate stream (5A, 106B), a compressor (6,110) adapted to receive the permeate stream (5A, 106B) and provide a compressed permeate stream (6A, 110A), a discharge cooler (7, 111) adapted to receive the compressed permeate stream (6A, 110A) and provide a cooled permeate stream (7A, 111A) for injection into a subsurface reservoir, whereby the cooled permeate stream (7A, 111A) has higher density than the compressed permeate stream (6A, 110A).
WO/2016/108695 METHOD AND DEVICE TO DETECT FLUID LEAKAGE IN A JOINT AREA BETWEEN TWO PIPE SECTIONS.||WO||07.07.2016|
||PCT/NO2015/000031||ODIN CONNECT AS||LANGHELLE, Rune|
A method is described to detect a fluid leakage in a joint area between two pipe sections (10, 12) that are joined together to provide a continuous fluid-carrying pipeline, where a casing-formed joint element (20) with an inwardly protruding flange part (28) is inserted between the pipe sections (10, 12), the ends of which lie against sealing elements (27a, 27b) at the oppositely directed flange surfaces, and a coupling body (60, 62) on each side of the joint element (20) forms an engagement with respective pipe circumference surfaces (17, 19) and is made to squeeze the pipe ends against each other via the joint element (20). The method is characterised in that a second sealing element (31a, 31b) that seals between the joint element (20), and the pipe section surfaces (17, 19) is set up at the pipe ends, and any fluid leakages past the two sealing systems (27, 31) are monitored in a fluid channel system (30, 32), in connection to the joint element (20), between the sealing systems (27, 31) and which is set up by a radially formed ring-formed hollow space (32a, 32b), outside respective sealing elements (27a, 27b) and defined between respective, oppositely directed flange surfaces (28) and the ends of the pipe sections (10, 12) where the hollow space is fluid connected with another channel system (30) via the joint element and connected to a pressure sensor (P, 52) that registers the pressure in the fluid channel system for alarms and the initiation of relevant actions. A device to carry out the method is also described.
WO/2016/108696 ANODE HANGER (ANODE YOKE)||WO||07.07.2016|
||PCT/NO2015/050249||STORVIK AS||SANDE, Nils|
An anode hanger for an electrode of electrolysis cells for production of aluminium, comprises an inner portion of copper material having a first surface and an outer portion of steel material covering and bonded to a substantial part of said first surface of the inner portion. An interface between said inner portion and said outer portion provides a substantially continuous metal-to-metal bond between said inner portion and said outer portion.