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1. WO/2015/026238 CLEANING DEVICE FOR CLEANING A LENGTHY OBJECT AND METHOD FOR USE OF THE CLEANING DEVICEWO26.02.2015
B08B 3/02
PCT/NO2014/050114SOLBERG, HallgeirSOLBERG, Hallgeir
A cleaning device (1, 1') for a lengthy object (9), the cleaning device (1, 1') including : - a housing (6, 6') surrounding a portion of the lengthy object (9); and - at least one nozzle (26) which is arranged to be supplied with liquid under pressure and to form a liquid jet (30) directed at the portion of the lengthy object (9) inside the housing (6, 6'), the cleaning device (1, 1') further including a guiding portion (8, 8') to facilitate a vertical displacement of the lengthy object (9) through the housing (6, 6'). A method of cleaning the lengthy object (9) is described as well.

2. WO/2015/026239 ONE TRIP PERFORATING AND WASHING TOOL FOR PLUGGING AND ABANDONING WELLSWO26.02.2015
PCT/NO2014/050136ARCHER OIL TOOLS ASBAKKEN, Sverre
Method of performing a plug and abandonment operation in a well by the use of a combined perforate and wash tool (1), the tool (1) comprising a perforation tool at a lower end, at least one lower set of sealing arrangement (2) arranged below a fluid displacement arrangement comprising a plurality of radial holes (4), and at least one upper set of sealing arrangement (3) arranged above the plurality of radial holes (4), wherein the method comprises the steps of: a) lowering the tool (1) to the desired location in the well, b) perforating at least a section of the well, if the section is not already perforated c) washing said perforated section (10) by pumping washing and/or cleaning fluid through the radial holes (4) in the displacement arrangement, d) sealing off a lower portion of the well at a location below the perforated section (10) by the use of the at least one lower set of sealing arrangement (2), e) sealing off the well in a lower portion of the perforated section (10) by using the at least one upper set of sealing arrangement (3), f) pumping sealing fluid through the plurality of radial holes (4) in the displacement arrangement, g) lifting the tool (1) through, and above, the perforated section (10), while continuing pumping of the sealing fluid.

3. WO/2015/026237 SUBSEA HEAT EXCHANGER, CLEANING TOOL AND APPURTENANT METHODWO26.02.2015
F28G 1/00
PCT/NO2013/050133AKER SUBSEA ASANDERSEN, Per Karsten
Subsea heat exchanger (1) adapted for cooling of a hydrocarbon-containing fluid by flowing seawater through the heat exchanger (1). Cooling pipes (4) are arranged in a convection section (11). It has an inlet (5a) and an outlet (5b) for the hydrocarbon- containing fluid, and an inlet (21) and outlet (22) for seawater. The inlet for the seawater is connected to the cooling pipes and the inlet and outlet for the hydrocarbon-containing fluid is connected to the convection section. Seawater flows through the cooling pipes (4) and the hydrocarbon-containing fluid flows through the convection section. A pump (25) is connected to the inlet (21) for seawater and is adapted to pump seawater into the cooling pipes (4). The outlet (22) for seawater has individual outlets (22a) which are exposed to the surrounding seawater and which are arranged in communication with and coaxially with the cooling pipes.

4. WO/2015/026241 EQUIPMENT AND METHOD FOR BATCH-WISE DISCHARGE OF FISHWO26.02.2015
A01K 63/02
PCT/NO2014/050146ONA, WillyONA, Willy
Device and method for portion-wise discharge of fish from a storage tank (11) or the like. The device comprises a discharge conduit (12) from the storage tank (11), a curved section (13) of the discharge conduit (12) being pivotally journaled between an inner swivel joint (14a) and an outer swivel joint (14b). The curved pipe section (13) can be arranged in at least the following positions: a) a first position in which the curvature is horizontal and allows (open) passage from the storage tank (11) to sampling equipment; b) a second position in which the curvature is facing down in a U-shape and allows passage from the storage tank (11) to the lowermost point of the curved pipe section (13) but in which further passage is limited by the liquid level in the storage tank (11) relative to the lowermost point of the opening in outer swivel joint (14b); c) a third position in which the curvature faces up and in which passage past the top of the curved pipe section (13) is prevented in both directions.

5. WO/2015/026242 ATTACHMENT SYSTEM FOR AN IMPLEMENTWO26.02.2015
A01B 73/00
PCT/NO2014/050147KVERNELAND GROUP OPERATIONS NORWAY ASSKJØNSBERG, Simen
An attachment system for an implement (l)f which is arranged to be connected, at least in a working position, to a three-point implement linkage (21) on an implement carrier (2) and is provided with at least one wheel (15), which is arranged to support the implement (1) in the transport position (T), characterized by connection pins (128) which are arranged to be connected to the lower three- point connectors (211a, 211b) of a three-point implement linkage (21) are arranged to be adjustable between a retracted working position (W) and a transport position (T) displaced in a direction away from an implement frame (11).

6. WO/2015/026240 RISER RESTRICTOR DEVICEWO26.02.2015
E21B 17/10
PCT/NO2014/050144AGR SUBSEA ASCOHEN, John H.
A restrictor device (6) for controlling a return flow of drilling fluid from a borehole (51) where drilling fluid is provided from a surface installation (3) via a drill string (4) to a bottom-hole assembly (45), drill pipes (41) forming the drill string (4) being provided with pipe joints (42) including enlarged-diameter pipe portions (43), and where an annulus (22) is formed between a pipe, for example a marine riser (1), and the drill string (4), and where the annulus (22) is in fluid communication with or forms parts of a drilling-fluid flow path (23), and where the restrictor device (6) is arranged in the annulus (22), the restrictor device (6) being formed of a restrictor pipe (61) anchored to said riser (1) and surrounding at least one restrictor element (64) placed on an intermediate pipe portion (44) that connects two enlarged-diameter pipe portions (43), and the length (L) of the restrictor device (6) exceeding the largest distance (M) between two consecutive restrictor elements (64), the restrictor element (64) being a drill-pipe/casing protector (DPP) with an external diameter larger than a diameter of the pipe joints (42).

7. WO/2015/023187 METHOD AND ARRANGEMENT FOR MATCHING OF DISEASES AND DETECTION OF CHANGES FOR A DISEASE BY THE USE OF MATHEMATICAL MODELSWO19.02.2015
G06F 17/30
PCT/NO2014/050141YOUR.MD ASJELLUM, Harald
Method and arrangement for matching of diseases and detection of changes for a disease by use of mathematical models that make it possible to match, find similar diseases, properties between two or more diseases based on a set of symptoms, and detect changes in a disease.

8. WO/2015/023188 METHOD AND ARRANGEMENT FOR FINDING A SECOND OPINION FOR DISEASE USING MODERN DATABASE, SEARCH & MATCHING TECHNOLOGY INTEGRATED WITH A SOCIAL MEDIAWO19.02.2015
G06F 17/30
PCT/NO2014/050142YOUR.MD ASJELLUM, Harald
Method and arrangement for finding a second opinion for a disease using modern Database, Search & Matching technology integrated with a Social Media making it possible for patients, relatives, family, friends, doctors, nurses, holistic and alternative medicine professionals or other professionals in the health profession to find a second opinion for the disease. The solution is global and may be made available for all patients, professionals in the health profession, family, friends, and others with the same disease or other relatives.

9. WO/2015/023185 REAL TIME MUD MONITORINGWO19.02.2015
E21B 21/08
PCT/NO2014/000038INTELLIGENT MUD SOLUTIONS ASMIDLANG, Eivind
The invention provides a system for real time mud monitoring. The system is distinctive in that it comprises means for real time continuous or frequent measurement of a diversity of mud parameters of the mud being pumped into the well, said parameters at least comprising mud weight/density and viscosity, a skid where the means for measurements are arranged, said means are connected in real time to a mud process for measurements and to a data collection and analysis system connected in real time and interfaced to a mud engineer. Related method and use.

10. WO/2015/023190 METHOD FOR ESTABLISHMENT OF A NEW WELL PATH FROM AN EXISTING WELLWO19.02.2015
E21B 33/13
PCT/NO2014/050145HYDRA SYSTEMS ASMYHRE, Morten
A method for establishment of a new well path (5) from a well (1), comprising: (A) disposing and anchoring a plug base (23) in a casing (21) in the well (1); (B) lowering a perforation tool (33) into the casing (21); (C) forming holes (213) in the casing along a longitudinal section (L1); (D) pumping a flushing fluid (36) out through outlets (351) in a flushing tool (35) and into the casing (21) and further out into an annulus (7); (E) pumping a fluldized plugging material (37) out through the flushing tool (35) and into the casing (21) and further out into the annulus (7); (F) placing the fluidized plugging material (37) along the longitudinal section (L1) so as to form a plug (25) across a cross section (T1) of the well; wherein the outlets (351) in the flushing tool (35) are angled non-perpendicularly relative to a longitudinal axis of the flushing tool (35); and - wherein the method also comprises: (G) removing a portion of the plug (25) until a cross-sectional section (T3) of the plug (25) remains in the annulus (7); (H) disposing and anchoring a direction-guiding element (27) in the casing (21) within the longitudinal section (L1); (I) by means of the element (27), guiding a drilling tool (31) against the inside of the casing (21); and (J) forming an exit hole (38) through the casing (21) and the cross-sectional section (T3) of the plug (25), thereby allowing a new well path (5) to be formed from the well (1).


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