The JX Nippon Oil & Energy Co. , or NOC or Shin-Nisseki is a Japanese petroleum company. Its businesses include the exploration, importation, and refining of crude oil; the manufacture and sale of petroleum products, including fuels and lubricants; and other energy-related activities.Its products are sold under the brand name ENEOS, which is also the name used for its service stations. It is the largest oil company in Japan, and in recent years it has been expanding its operations in other countries. Wikipedia.
Japan Oil, Gas, Metals National Corporation, INPEX Corporation, Nippon Oil Corporation, Japan Petroleum Exploration Co., Cosmo Oil Co. and Nippon Steel & Sumikin Engineering Co. | Date: 2015-02-23
The present invention provides a process for producing a hydrocarbon oil by performing a Fischer-Tropsch synthesis reaction using a reactor for a Fischer-Tropsch synthesis including a reaction apparatus having a slurry containing catalyst particles and a gaseous phase located above the slurry to obtain a hydrocarbon oil, wherein the Fischer-Tropsch reaction is performed while controlling a temperature of the slurry so that a difference T
Nippon Oil Corporation | Date: 2015-03-30
Provided are a carbon-fiber-reinforced composite material having a low saturated water absorption and excellent TML, CVCM, and heat resistance, a robot hand, and a prepreg suitable therefor. The prepreg includes a CFRP sheet composed of resin composition (a) containing 100 parts by mass of cyanate ester resin (a1) having in its molecule not less than 2 cyanate groups, 0.01 to 0.5 parts by mass of metal coordination catalyst (a2), and 1 to 20 parts by mass of thermoplastic, toughness enhancer (a3), and carbon fibers (b) containing carbon fibers (b1) having a tensile elastic modulus of not lower than 450 GPa. The prepreg is useful for a supporting section of a robot hand.
Nippon Oil Corporation | Date: 2015-03-26
A hydrogenation catalyst for an aromatic hydrocarbon capable of inhibiting generation of a byproduct is provided. A hydrogenation catalyst for an aromatic hydrocarbon according to one aspect of the present invention comprises an active component containing an active metal element and an additional element, the active metal element is one selected from the group consisting of nickel, palladium and platinum, the additional element is one selected from the group consisting of tin, germanium, gallium, copper and iron, and an X-ray diffraction spectrum of the active component has a local maximum value at a diffraction angle da different from the diffraction angle dm, where a diffraction angle of diffracted X-ray derived from a crystal structure of a simple substance m of the active metal element is dm.
Nippon Oil Corporation | Date: 2015-08-26
A method for producing a member having a concave-convex structure includes: preparing a stamp for micro contact printing; preparing a concave-convex forming material; coating convexities of the stamp for micro contact printing with the concave-convex forming material; transferring the concave-convex forming material, which has been applied on the stamp for micro contact printing, onto a substrate; preparing a concave-convex coating material; coating the substrate with the concave-convex coating material; and curing the concave-convex forming material and the concave-convex coating material. The member having the concave-convex structure can be produced easily and efficiently.
Nippon Oil Corporation | Date: 2015-12-02
A paraffin-based latent heat storage material composition is provided which has a melting point close to the melting point of n-heptadecane and has a high latent heat of fusion. The paraffin-based latent heat storage material composition of the present invention substantially includes n-octadecane, and n-hexadecane and/or n-heptadecane. The paraffin-based latent heat storage material composition contains not less than 76% by mass of n-octadecane, not more than 23% by mass of n-hexadecane, and not more than 23% by mass of n-heptadecane (the total of the three is set to 100% by mass) and has a melting point lower than that of n-octadecane and latent heat of fusion of 210 J/g or more.