Houston, TX, United States
Houston, TX, United States

Phillips 66 is an American multinational energy company headquartered in Westchase, Houston, Texas. It debuted as an independent energy company when ConocoPhillips spun off its downstream assets and midstream assets. Phillips 66 began trading on the New York Stock Exchange on May 1, 2012, under the ticker PSX. The company is engaged in producing natural gas liquids and petrochemicals. The company has approximately 13,500 employees worldwide and active in more than 45 countries. Phillips 66 is ranked No. 6 on the Fortune 500 list and No. 19 on the Fortune Global 500 list as of 2014. Wikipedia.


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Phillips 66 | Date: 2016-08-30

A method comprising forming an antifoam solution comprising an antifoam and a base stock. The antifoam solution is sheared with a shear device to produce a sheared antifoam solution. The sheared antifoam solution has a maximum particle size less than about 1 micron.


Patent
Phillips 66 | Date: 2016-08-22

The current embodiment describes a process of flowing an oxidant species over the reducing side of an oxygen transport membrane. O^(2) anions are then continuously transported from the reducing side through the oxygen transport membrane to the oxidizing side where an organic compound is converted to a partially oxidized organic compound on the oxidizing side.


Patent
Phillips 66 | Date: 2016-04-12

A solid oxide fuel cell comprising a cathode, an electrolyte, a functional layer and an anode support. The anode support comprises A-B-C: A is a nitrate, an oxide, a salt or a carbonate selected from the group of: alkali, alkaline oxide, alkaline earth metal or combinations thereof, B is selected from the group of: Fe, Ni, Cu, Co or combinations thereof, and C is selected from the group of: PSZ, YSZ, SSZ, SDC, Ce doped SSZ, GDC or combinations thereof. In the solid oxide fuel cell A ranges from about 0 to about 20 wt % of the anode support, B ranges from about 0.1 to about 70 wt % of the anode support and C ranges from about 0.1 to about 60 wt % of the anode support.


Patent
Phillips 66 | Date: 2015-12-15

The invention relates to removing contaminants from oil using solid sorbents that are comprised primarily of carbon and preferably of coke particles. The coke particles have an affinity for contaminants in oil and are sized to be filtered from oil without plugging. Most contaminants have such a small size that they tend to plug up filters. As the contaminants agglomerate onto the solid sorbent, the resulting particles form a filter cake on conventional filter materials in such a way as to allow the oil to pass on through without significant pressure drop or delay.


Patent
Phillips 66 | Date: 2015-12-11

A process for converting ethylene to liquid fuel products having substantially improved catalyst life. The catalyst has small zeolite crystallites and high pore volume to produce ethylene oligomerization and reduce coke production at productive temperature, pressure and flow rates.


Patent
Phillips 66 | Date: 2015-07-10

The invention relates to a process to manufacture advanced cellulosic gasolines. Dilute organic acids derived from pyrolized biomass are converted to their corresponding alcohols in a stand-alone hydrodeoxygenation unit followed by membrane pervaporation step to remove water. The alcohol product is blended directly into a neat hydrocarbon fuel basestock to make unadditized gasoline.


Patent
Phillips 66 | Date: 2015-08-04

The present disclosure relates to methods for quantitation of amines in hydrocarbon stream. More specifically, the disclosure relates to rapid, precise and highly-sensitive methods for quantitating hydrogen sulfide-scavenging amines in crude petroleum oil or refinery streams.


Patent
Phillips 66 | Date: 2015-10-27

A process and system for desalting crude oil includes delivering a stream of salty crude oil and wash water into a mixing valve, mixing the stream of salty crude oil and wash water through the mixing valve to create a mixed stream of desalted crude oil and salty wash water, delivering the mixed stream of desalted crude oil and salty wash water to a static mixer, and mixing the mixed stream of crude oil and wash water in the static mixer. Within the static mixer, the mixed stream is mixed in a coalescing regime to coalesce smaller droplets of water into larger droplets of water. The mixed stream is subjected to an electric field to cause additional coalescence before being directed to a desalter where the salty wash water is separated from the desalted crude oil.


Patent
Phillips 66 | Date: 2015-10-27

A system for desalting crude oil includes delivering a stream of salty crude oil and wash water into a mixing valve, mixing the stream of salty crude oil and wash water through the mixing valve to create a mixed stream of desalted crude oil and salty wash water, delivering the mixed stream of desalted crude oil and salty wash water to a static mixer, and mixing the mixed stream of crude oil and wash water in the static mixer. Within the static mixer, the mixed stream is mixed in a coalescing regime to coalesce smaller droplets of water into larger droplets of water. The mixed stream is subjected to an electric field to cause additional coalescence before being directed to a desalter where the salty wash water is separated from the desalted crude oil.


Patent
Phillips 66 and University of Oklahoma | Date: 2015-07-17

System and method relates to measuring separation rate of water from water-in-crude oil emulsions at elevated temperature. The system includes an electrolytic interface (conductivity) cell comprising a plurality of capacitance/conductance probes disposed at different heights in a fluid stream disposed within the interface cell and an analyzer. Logic of the analyzer determines the separation rate based on signals received from the plurality of capacitance/conductance probes in the interface cell that are coupled to monitor the fluid stream. Methods for making and using the system are also disclosed.

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