Changing the way fuels are made

Velocys has developed from technology spin-outs of Oxford University in the UK and the Pacific Northwest National Laboratory in the USA, to a public company with demonstrated technology.

We’re applying our integration expertise to commercial, sustainable fuels projects and licensing our technology to others.

End-to-end capabilities

Velocys’ skills enable both the production of transformative reactors and catalysts, and the successful engineering, manufacturing, development and financing of sustainable fuel projects.

Industry-leading experts with pedigree

Velocys has the conviction, experience and knowledge required for success in the sustainable fuels industry.

In it for the long term

Velocys (VLS) is publicly traded on the AIM market of the London Stock Exchange. It has been supported by its many major shareholders for many years.

Lansdowne Partners

Ervington Investments Limited

Ruffer LLP

Hargreaves Lansdown PLC

Amati AIM VCT plc



Professor Malcolm Green, Department of Chemistry, University of Oxford


Professor Malcolm Green (1936-2020)

MA Camb, MA Oxf, PhD Lond, FRS, CChem, FRSC, Septcentenary Fellow and Tutor in Inorganic Chemistry 1963–1989, and Emeritus Fellow from 1991.

Professor Malcolm Green was the founder of Oxford Catalysts, a spin out from Oxford University, now Velocys, and put the company on the road to finding the solution for net zero carbon emissions in transport, especially aviation. A man with a futuristic vision acknowledging the need to combat climate change, create a sustainable world and inspire the next generation, Professor Green continued to maintain a keen interest in Velocys and as a company we will do our very best to honour his legacy. Our sincere condolences to Professor J Green and family, friends, colleagues and associates.