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Oxford Flow secures £8.45m investment to accelerate oil and gas product deployment

Oxford Flow is looking to expand
Oxford Flow is looking to expand
Oxford Flow, the flow control equipment specialist for oil, gas, water and industrial process industries, has raised £8.45 million (€9.5 million) to fuel the company’s expansion across all markets and oil and gas product development.
The funding has been secured from eight parties, with existing investors Oxford Sciences Innovation (OSI), Parkwalk, Oxford Investment Consultants and the University of Oxford contributing a total of £5.6 million (€6.3 million). The remaining amount is made up by GF Piping Systems, a division of Georg Fischer, a Swiss leader in fluid transfer equipment, individual investor Nick Harbinson and companies associated with GK Goh, the Singapore-based investment group.
Neil Poxon, Oxford Flow CEO, says: “To have secured strategic capital at this point in our evolution is a testament to our products and our people. This investment will accelerate our oil and gas new product development and ultimately allow us to rapidly scale up that side of the business across Europe, USA and the Middle East.
“Our axial flow, stemless and multi-phase isolation valve for oil and gas applications is about to commence end-user field trials and we can only see that accelerating as operators look for more cost-effective, emission-free retrofit options in the current market.”
Oxford Flow has re-imagined the actuated valve utilising the latest in sealing and materials technology. Its stemless valve design is unique - instead of a stem and mechanical gearbox, the valve is actuated by a hydraulic piston integrated within the valve body.
Alun Williams, investment director at Parkwalk, added: “Oxford Flow is beginning to revolutionise the valve industry through its ground-breaking technology and exciting commercial strategy. It is precisely the type of transformative company Parkwalk is seeking to support so we are delighted to be part of this latest funding round.”
Oxford Flow is looking to expand