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: 2016-08-24

A process of reacting (SnO_(x))_(y)ZnO_((1-y) )and a fullerene dopant to produce an electron transport layer. (SnO_(x))_(y)ZnO_((1-y) )is produced from reacting an organic Zn precursor in the amounts of (1-y); an organic Sn precursor in the amounts of y; and a base in the amount of (1-y) to 1.


Patent
Phillips 66 | Date: 2016-08-24

A process of dissolving in a solvent to produce a first mixture. To the first mixture a reagent is added to produce a second mixture. A HNRR is then added to the second mixture to produce a third mixture. The third mixture is then refluxed to produce


Patent
Phillips 66 | Date: 2016-08-24

A process of dissolving [6,6]-phenyl-C_(60)-butyric-N-2-dimethylaminoethyl ester in a solvent to produce a first mixture. A reagent is added to the first mixture to produce a second mixture. The second mixture is then refluxed to produce [6,6]-phenyl-C_(60)-butyric-N-2-trimethylammonium ethyl ester iodide.


Patent
Phillips 66 | Date: 2016-08-24

A process of dissolving in a solvent to produce a first mixture. To the first mixture a reagent is added to produce a second mixture. A HRR is then added to the second mixture to produce a third mixture. The third mixture is then refluxed to produce


Patent
Phillips 66 | Date: 2016-08-24

An organic photovoltaic device comprising an anode disposed above an electron transport layer disposed above a cathode. In this organic photovoltaic device the electron transport layer comprises (AO_(x))_(y)BO_((1-y)).


Patent
Phillips 66 | Date: 2016-08-24

A reaction comprising an organic Zn precursor in the amounts of (1y), an organic Sn precursor in the amounts of y and a base in the amount of (1y). The product produced from the reaction is (SnO_(x))_(y)ZnO_((1-y)).


The invention relates to equalizing and distributing vapor more evenly across the interior space of a reactor vessel utilizing an equalizing section and distributor section at the inlet end and a fixed valve tray at the bottom of the reactor to equalize and distribute the flow.


The invention relates to equalizing and distributing reactants more evenly across the interior space of a reactor vessel utilizing a combination equalizer and distributor at the inlet end that initially impedes with uneven flow rates of vapor and then directs the flow of vapor through a series of circumferential nozzles. The nozzles are physical spaced such that the first nozzle provides the reactants into the vessel to spread radially and broadly outwardly into the vessel and each successive circumferential nozzle to deliver reactants in a less broadly distribution or dispersion where the interior space is filled with reactants without broadly diverse velocities that may create hot spots within the catalyst bed.

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