Southlake, TX, United States
Southlake, TX, United States

Sabre Corporation is a travel technology company based in Southlake, Texas. It is the largest global distribution systems provider for air bookings in North America. American Airlines founded the company in 1960 and was spun off in 2000. Texas Pacific Group and Silver Lake Partners acquired Sabre in 2007.Sabre Hospitality Solutions, an IT solutions provider, is the company's largest growing division. Wikipedia.


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Sabre Holdings | Date: 2017-01-11

A method includes introducing a treatment fluid including a first polymer gel into a subterranean formation to generate a production fluid having an aqueous portion and a hydrocarbon portion, treating the aqueous portion of the production fluid with chlorine dioxide to separate additional hydrocarbons from the aqueous portion, and adjusting the viscosity of the treated aqueous portion prior to introducing the treated aqueous portion back into the subterranean formation.


Embodiments of the invention relate generally to methods and systems for treating aqueous systems associated with industrial wastewater applications and gas and crude oil drilling, pumping and production to reduce or eliminate contamination. In one embodiment, a method includes: an aqueous volume having an initial oxidant demand, an oxygen-containing oxidant and at least one chlorine oxide at substoichiometric amounts in an amount sufficient to eliminate the oxidant demand. The system includes: an aqueous treatment system comprising a containment system; at least one apparatus for introducing an oxygen-containing oxidant; and at least one apparatus for introducing at least one chlorine oxide into said containment system at controlled, sub stoichiometric quantities.


Patent
Sabre Holdings | Date: 2014-03-04

According to one aspect of the invention, a method of converting an oxy halide salt into a halide dioxide in a reaction zone under certain conditions is provided. More specifically, the method includes generating chlorine dioxide from a stable composition comprising an oxy halide salt by introducing said composition to a reducing agent and minimum temperature within the reaction zone. According to another aspect of the invention, a composition for a stable chlorine dioxide precursor comprising an oxy halide salt is provided


Patent
Sabre Holdings | Date: 2013-02-07

According to one aspect of the invention, a method of converting an oxy halide salt into a halide dioxide in a reaction zone under certain conditions is provided. More specifically, the method includes generating chlorine dioxide from a stable composition comprising an oxy halide salt by introducing said composition to a reducing agent and minimum temperature within the reaction zone. According to another aspect of the invention, a composition for a stable chlorine dioxide precursor comprising an oxy halide salt is provided.


Patent
Sabre Holdings | Date: 2014-11-21

According to one aspect of the invention, a composition for a stable chlorine dioxide precursor comprising an oxy halide salt is provided.


Embodiments of the invention relate generally to methods and systems for treating aqueous systems associated with industrial wastewater applications, in particular gas and crude oil drilling, pumping and production, in order to reduce or eliminate contamination and allow the water that is treated to be reused, in particular, to be reused for hydraulic fracturing.


Patent
Sabre Holdings | Date: 2013-09-19

A method includes introducing a treatment fluid into a wellbore penetrating a subterranean formation, the treatment fluid including a polymer gel having a water-soluble polymer, a proppant, and a polymer gel-preserving amount of chlorine dioxide, the placing step includes applying the treatment fluid at a sufficient pressure and at a sufficient rate to fracture the subterranean formation.


Patent
Sabre Holdings | Date: 2015-12-03

According to one aspect of the invention, a method of converting an oxy halide salt into a halide dioxide in a reaction zone under certain conditions is provided. More specifically, the method includes generating chlorine dioxide from a stable composition comprising an oxy halide salt by introducing said composition to a reducing agent and minimum temperature within the reaction zone. According to another aspect of the invention, a composition for a stable chlorine dioxide precursor comprising an oxy halide salt is provided.


The invention provides methods of oxidizing, sanitizing, disinfecting, and/or sterilizing a target. The method includes: ejecting a gas stream of a gaseous mixture comprising 50 to 30,000 ppm_(v )chlorine dioxide from a gas source at a velocity of 25 to 900 ft/sec; and contacting the gas stream with the target. A device for oxidizing, sanitizing, disinfecting, and/or sterilizing a target is also provided. The device includes: a chlorine dioxide inlet configured for intake of a gaseous mixture comprising 50 to 30,000 ppm_(v )chlorine dioxide; and a gas source configured to eject a gas stream of the gaseous mixture at a velocity of 50 to 900 ft/sec.


Embodiments of the invention relate generally to methods and systems for treating aqueous systems associated with industrial wastewater applications and gas and crude oil drilling, pumping and production to reduce or eliminate contamination. In one embodiment, a method includes: an aqueous volume having an initial oxidant demand, an oxygen-containing oxidant and at least one chlorine oxide at substoichiometric amounts in an amount sufficient to eliminate the oxidant demand. The system includes: an aqueous treatment system comprising a containment system; at least one apparatus for introducing an oxygen-containing oxidant; and at least one apparatus for introducing at least one chlorine oxide into said containment system at controlled, substoichiometric quantities.

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