Analyst Research Report Snapshot

Title:

OXFORD CATALYSTS GROUP - COMMERCIALISATION CUSP

Price:

$10.00

Provider:

Edison Investment Research

Date:

23 Mar 2011

Pages:

12

Type:

AcrobatPDF

Companies referenced:

OCG.L 6269.T 6330.T 6443.T BLPL.KA HOIL.L PER.BA RTK.A SOLJ.J STL.OL SYNM.OQ

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Summary:

After 15 years of research and development and nearly a quarter of a billion dollars spent on it, Oxford Catalysts (OCG) is on the cusp of commercialising its technology in the synthetic oil market. OCG’s technology converts low-value gas and waste to high-value fuels such as naphtha and diesel using small-scale plants. It has won numerous industry awards and is attracting record interest. With Brent now over $100/bbl and additional oil reserves often requiring operating in deep water or harsh environmental conditions, the technology is emerging from demonstration stage at a time when the energy industry is looking for viable strategic alternatives. A £21m placing (before expenses) leaves OCG in a strong position to reach full-scale commercialisation and negotiate the optimal, rather than first, deal for shareholders. The potential is enormous, the challenge is to deliver. The current valuation only requires six small-scale plants to be commercialised. One meaningful commercial order would act as a catalyst to move the share price upwards, in our view.

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