Abramovich invests in UK gas-to-liquids.

FT: Roman Abramovich has invested £5m in a small UK technology company that specialises in turning natural gas into synthetic liquid fuels, Oxford Catalysts, which raised £30.6m. Oxford Catalysts is spearheading a different approach to the Fischer-Tropsch process as used by the Nazis and Sasol, aiming for small, modular GTL plants which can be deployed at remote oilfields, converting gas extracted as a byproduct of oil that would otherwise be simply flared.