Exxonmobile Chemical Patents Inc.
|Exxonmobile Chemical Patents Inc. Patent applications|
|Patent application number||Title||Published|
|20140296570||Hydrocarbon Conversion Process - The invention relates to a process for converting hydrocarbons into products containing aldehydes and/or alcohols. The invention also relates to producing olefins from the aldehyde and alcohol, to polymerizing the olefins, and to equipment useful for these processes.||10-02-2014|
|20130211153||System for Alcohol Production - The invention concerns a system and process for alcohol production.||08-15-2013|
|20130204023||Extraction Towers And Processes For Using The Same - The disclosure relates to processes and systems utilizing one or more extraction towers in the recovery and recycle of acid catalysts used in the production of carboxylic acids. The carboxylic acids may be neo-acids produced through the hydrocarboxylation of olefins or olefin mixtures.||08-08-2013|
|20130173061||Extractive Distillation Controls - The invention concerns an improvement in the monitoring and control systems used in a liquid-liquid extraction unit or an extractive distillation unit for the separation of aromatic hydrocarbons from non-aromatic hydrocarbons.||07-04-2013|
|20130090433||Modified Polyethylene Compositions - The present invention relates to a branched modifier and a composition comprising more than 25 wt % (based on the weight of the composition) of one or more linear ethylene polymers having a g′||04-11-2013|
|20120271077||Dehydrogenation Process - In a dehydrogenation process a hydrocarbon stream comprising at least one non-aromatic six-membered ring compound and at least one five-membered ring compound is contacted with a dehydrogenation catalyst produced by a method comprising treating the support with a liquid composition comprising the dehydrogenation component or a precursor thereof and at least one organic dispersant selected from an amino alcohol and an amino acid. The contacting is conducted under conditions effective to convert at least a portion of the at least one non-aromatic six-membered ring compound in the hydrocarbon stream to benzene and to convert at least a portion of the at least one five-membered ring compound in the hydrocarbon stream to paraffins.||10-25-2012|
Patent applications by Exxonmobile Chemical Patents Inc.