Jan 20 (Reuters) - British clean-fuel company Oxford Catalysts Group Plc said its results for 2011 would get a boost from improving market conditions for the production of smaller scale synthetic fuels.
Given the favourable conditions, the company said it was evaluating new partnership and sales opportunities and expected to conclude negotiations on a number of these during 2011.
Oxford Catalysts currently has partnerships with Thailand's top energy firm PTT and Portugese firm SGC Energia.
'The board expects that commercial sales will start having a material impact on income during the course of 2011,' Oxford Catalysts said in a statement, but warned 2010 revenue would be slightly below 2009 levels.
Shares of the company were up 3.65 percent at 71 pence at 0817 GMT on Thursday on the London Stock Exchange.
(Reporting by Adveith Nair in Bangalore; Editing by Roshni Menon) Keywords: OXFORDCATALYSTS/
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