JAMES ALLEN
Architects in Anchorage, AK

License number
Alaska AELC8905
Issued Date
Sep 2, 1994
Effective Date
Dec 29, 2015
Expiration Date
Dec 31, 2017
Category
Architects, Engineers and Land Surveyors
Address
Address
PO Box 202653, Anchorage, AK 99520

Professional information

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Hr Generalist At Alyeska Pipeline Service Company

Hr Generalist At Alyeska Pipeline Service Company

Position:
HR Generalist at Alyeska Pipeline Service Company
Location:
Anchorage, Alaska Area
Industry:
Oil & Energy
Work:
Alyeska Pipeline Service Company - Anchorage, Alaska since 2010 - HR Generalist Alyeska Pipeline Service Company May 2008 - Jun 2011 - Employee Relations Manager Alyeska Pipeline Service Company Dec 2006 - May 2008 - Recruiting & Relocations Manager
Education:
Alaska Pacific University 1996 - 1998
MBA, Business Administration


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Downhole Well Data Recorder And Method

Downhole Well Data Recorder And Method

US Patent:
5130705, Jul 14, 1992
Filed:
Dec 24, 1990
Appl. No.:
7/633457
Inventors:
James R. Allen - Anchorage AK
Fred V. Pomeroy - Anchorage AK
Assignee:
Petroleum Reservoir Data, Inc. - Anchorage AK
International Classification:
E21B 4700
US Classification:
3408539
Abstract:
Self-contained, preprogrammable downhole well data recorder and method of use thereof, the recorder having the external configuration of a conventional sidepocket gas lift valve and being placeable and retrievable from a conventional gas lift sidepocket mandrel by a conventional valve positioning tool. The recorder monitors and collects fluid dynamics data downhole during well operations, such as stimulation, production and multi-zone well completions, without impeding fluid flow. Programming can involve selective actuation of one or more of the sensors intermittently for at least thirty days. After retrieval of the recorder, fluid dynamics data stored in memory is outputted to external equipment for analysis in a manner known per se.


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James Allen, Anchorage AK

James Allen, Anchorage AK

Work:
Prudential Jack White/Vista R.E
Anchorage
(907) 884-7800


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Method Of Determining The Volume Of A Substance Having A Density, In Vertical Storage Tanks

Method Of Determining The Volume Of A Substance Having A Density, In Vertical Storage Tanks

US Patent:
5493903, Feb 27, 1996
Filed:
Aug 23, 1994
Appl. No.:
8/294588
Inventors:
James Allen - Anchorage AK
International Classification:
G01F 1700, G01F 2300, G01L 904
US Classification:
73149
Abstract:
A method for determining the volume a substance having a density level in vertical storage tanks. This method uses a strain gauge that is attached to the exterior of the side wall of a tank. As the volume of the substance fluctuates in the tank, the walls are acted upon by the weight of the substance. The greater the volume of a substance, the greater the force pushing on the tank walls and vice-versa. This force causes the walls to deform slightly. This deformation can be measured by the strain gauge mounted on the tank wall. Because this deformation is directly related to the volume of the substance being stored in the tank, the deformation read by the strain gauge can be translated into its volume by calibrating the gauge measurements with known volumes in the tank.


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Method Of Making An Environmentally Safe Substitute For Lead Shot

Method Of Making An Environmentally Safe Substitute For Lead Shot

US Patent:
7073425, Jul 11, 2006
Filed:
Sep 17, 2004
Appl. No.:
10/944558
Inventors:
James Robert Allen - Anchorage AK,
Michael B Katz - Suffern NY,
International Classification:
F42B 33/00
US Classification:
86 57, 86 55, 102517, 102448, 102459, 29899
Abstract:
A shot pellet that, has an inner core of a material such tungsten carbide, that is coated with a layer of bismuth. This coating is molecularly bonded to the tungsten carbide and is not an alloy. The unique properties of the shot pellet allow its density to be tailored. Under this process, the effective density of the pellet can be made to be identical to lead for direct replacement in current lead loading formulations. Additionally, the density can be made to be lower than lead for shotguns requiring low barrel pressures, or higher than lead for enhanced energy transfer while maintaining the other advantages of the instant invention.


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Method Of Making An Environmentally Safe Substitute For Lead Shot

Method Of Making An Environmentally Safe Substitute For Lead Shot

US Patent:
7013786, Mar 21, 2006
Filed:
Sep 17, 2004
Appl. No.:
10/944562
Inventors:
James Robert Allen - Anchorage AK,
Michael B Katz - Suffern NY,
International Classification:
F42B 33/00
US Classification:
86 57, 86 55, 102517, 102448, 102459, 29899
Abstract:
A shot pellet that, has an inner core of a material such tungsten carbide, that is coated with a layer of bismuth. This coating is molecularly bonded to the tungsten carbide and is not an alloy. The unique properties of the shot pellet allow its density to be tailored. Under this process, the effective density of the pellet can be made to be identical to lead for direct replacement in current lead loading formulations. Additionally, the density can be made to be lower than lead for shotguns requiring low barrel pressures, or higher than lead for enhanced energy transfer while maintaining the other advantages of the instant invention.


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Method Of Making An Environmentally Safe Substitute For Lead Shot

Method Of Making An Environmentally Safe Substitute For Lead Shot

US Patent:
7000525, Feb 21, 2006
Filed:
Sep 17, 2004
Appl. No.:
10/944557
Inventors:
James Robert Allen - Anchorage AK,
Michael B Katz - Suffern NY,
International Classification:
F42B 33/00
US Classification:
86 57, 86 55, 102517, 102448, 102459, 29899
Abstract:
A shot pellet that, has an inner core of a material such tungsten carbide, that is coated with a layer of bismuth. This coating is molecularly bonded to the tungsten carbide and is not an alloy. The unique properties of the shot pellet allow its density to be tailored. Under this process, the effective density of the pellet can be made to be identical to lead for direct replacement in current lead loading formulations. Additionally, the density can be made to be lower than lead for shotguns requiring low barrel pressures, or higher than lead for enhanced energy transfer while maintaining the other advantages of the instant invention.


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James Allen - Anchorage, AK

James Allen - Anchorage, AK

Education:
Western Montana College - Dillon, MT
none in PE