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1. WO/2016/190746 FLOAT WITH LOWERING SYSTEM FOR DEEP RUNNING WANESWO01.12.2016
G01V 1/38
PCT/NO2016/050100ULMATEC BARO ASMORK, Karl-Johan
The invention is a marine geophysical diverter for towing of seismic arrays, comprising a main float comprising at least a main float body, and, in an opreative condition, submerged deflector paravane extending down in the sea wherein the deflector paravane is arranged to run submerged at a desired depth below the sea surface.

2. WO/2016/190747 APPARATUS AND METHOD FOR FASTENING OF A CABLE TO A TUBULAR BODYWO01.12.2016
E21B 17/10
PCT/NO2016/050103INNOVAR ASHAGEN, Karluf
An apparatus (1) and a method for fastening a cable (2) to a tubular body (4), the tubular body (4) comprising a sleeve (6) which is provided with internal bevels (12) at its end portions, and the apparatus (1) including a clamp (14) which is arranged to rest against the sleeve (6) and which has at least one through cable recess (26), the clamp (14) being formed, at each of its end portions, with a first hook (28) and a sec¬ ond hook (34), respectively, the hooks (28, 34) complementarily fitting the bevels (12) of the sleeve (6), and the clamp (14) being provided with tensioning means (41) for the hooks (28, 34).

3. WO/2016/190748 A FLOWABLE CONCENTRATED PHOSPHOLIPID KRILL OIL COMPOSITIONWO01.12.2016
A61K 35/612
PCT/NO2016/050104RIMFROST ASBRUHEIM, Inge
The present invention is related to methods of making crustacean oil compositions. In particular, the crustacean oil compositions are krill oil compositions. In some embodiments, the krill oil compositions are concentrated in phospholipids. These concentrated phospholipid krill oil compositions have a sufficient flowability to permit successful encapsulation at phospholipid concentrations that is currently unattainable in the art. Such phospholipid krill oil compositions are capable of encapsulation even though they may have a phospholipid concentration ranging between approximately 60%-99% and a viscosity ranging between 100,000 - 3,000,000 cP. Such concentrated phospholipid krill oil compositions may be created using a small molecule organic solvent/water extraction mixture and/or sub-critical or super-critical fluid extraction at low temperatures followed by a drying process to remove water and organic solvent (e.g., for example, ethanol).

4. WO/2016/190749 RUNNER FOR A FLUID MACHINE HAVING REMOVABLE BLADESWO01.12.2016
F03B 3/12
PCT/NO2016/050105DYNAVEC ASSTORVOLD, Jahn, Petter
Runner (1) for a fluid machine where the runner (1) includes a runner hub (2) and one or more curved blades (6), and where the blade (6) is removably fixed to the runner hub (2) by fixing elements (20) that extends into a double curved first socket portion (14) of the blade (6), and where the first socket portion (14) bears against the runner hub (2) at one or more contact surface (30) that is plane.

5. WO/2016/186508 A METHOD OF PERFORATING A TUBULAR, A TUBULAR AND A TOOL THEREFORWO24.11.2016
E21B 43/11
PCT/NO2016/050061STATOIL PETROLEUM ASGRINDHAUG, Gaute
A method of perforating a tubular (1) located in production zone of a well (4), wherein the tubular (1) comprises a first material and a second material, wherein the first material is more resistant to corrosion than the second material, the method comprising applying an electric current to the tubular (1) in the presence of an electrolyte, whereby at least some of the second material is removed by a corrosion process to leave a structurally intact but perforated tubular. The tool (6) is configured to cause an electrical current to flow through the tubular (1) through an electrode (12) of the tool in contact with the tubular in the presence of an electrolyte (9).

6. WO/2016/186509 METHOD FOR ACHIEVING ZONAL CONTROL IN A WELLBORE WHEN USING CASING OR LINER DRILLINGWO24.11.2016
E21B 43/12
PCT/NO2016/050073STATOIL PETROLEUM ASEIDEM, Morten
A method for achieving zonal control in a wellbore when using casing or liner drilling comprises: providing a slotted tubular section in a wellbore while drilling; providing a sleeve adjacent to and radially overlapping with the slotted tubular section, while drilling; and moving the sleeve relative to the slotted tubular section so as to permit and/or restrict flow through the slotted tubular section in one or more selected zones.

7. WO/2016/186510 SYSTEM FOR RELEASABLE ATTACHMENT OF AN EXCAVATION TOOTHWO24.11.2016
E02F 9/28
PCT/NO2016/050087KOMATSU KVX LLC NUFFURRE, Arnold
A system for the releasable attachment of an excavation tooth (2) to an excavation-bucket element (11), in which a front portion (21) of the excavation tooth (2) projects outwards from a front edge {13} of the excavation-bucket element (11), a mounting hook (221) which projects from a middle portion {22} of the excavation tooth (2) is arranged to grip around a portion of the front edge (113) of the excavation-bucket element (11 ); a rear portion (23) of the excavation tooth (2) is arranged to abut against a side face (111) of the excavation-bucket element (11); and the side face (111) of the excavation-bucket element (11) is provided with a threaded bore (115) arranged to receive a fixing bolt (3) which extends through a bolt hole (24) arranged in the rear portion (23) of the excavation tooth (2) remote from the mounting hook (221), a head (32) on the fixing bolt (3) being provided with a conical abutment portion (321) which is complementary to a conical mouth portion (242) of the bolt hole (24) of the excavation tooth (2).

8. WO/2016/186511 CHOKE VALVE SEPARATORWO24.11.2016
B01D 17/038
PCT/NO2016/050089TYPHONIX ASHUSVEG, Trygve
Choke valve separator, distinctive in that it comprises: an inlet, an inlet flow control valve, a choke and fluid conditioner part coupled to receive fluid from the inlet, comprising elements with conduits for flow per se or with the elements as stacked, at least in a final section thereof in the direction of flow the conduits have spiral or helical shape providing spiral or helical outlet flow from said part, a separation part, coupled to receive the fluid from the choke and fluid conditioner part comprising a volume into which the received fluid due to spiral flow or helical flow or gravity separates and distributes into phase volumes, at least two outlets from the separation part, and a housing.

9. WO/2016/186512 A SYSTEM AND METHOD FOR RECOVERING WASTE HEAT FROM A COMBINED INDUSTRIAL AND THERMAL POWER PLANT.WO24.11.2016
F02C 6/00
PCT/NO2016/050090GOODTECH RECOVERY TECHNOLOGY ASSEDLAK, Veroslav
A system and a method for recovering waste heat from an industrial process in pre heating combustion air and fuel is provided. The present invention attains the above-described objective by a plurality of heat exchangers extracting heat from flue gas from a power plant and waste heat from an industrial process and transferring the extracted heat to air and optionally fuel entering said power plant.

10. WO/2016/186513 HARVESTING HARNESS FOR FREE-DIVERS AND DIVERSWO24.11.2016
A01K 97/04
PCT/NO2016/050091BRENNVALL HOLDING ASBRENNVALL, Jon Eirik
The present invention is a harvesting harness intended used for free-divers which shall harvest sea snails on shallow water. The invention consists of a frame which is used to mount a harvesting sack on the free-divers chest/stomach and which helps guide the snails, which the free diver drops on the frame into the sack. The advantage of the invention is that the free-diver has both hands free for harvesting and only have to move his hands a short distance to drop the snails into the sack.


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