The gadget you're looking for is called an offset plate, but there's the legendary bad news and good news.
The bad news is that I've never seen one small enough that it wouldn't interfere with the battery door on your camera. Most of them are designed for SLRs and other cameras with lots of room on the bottom.
The good news is that the cost of material and labor for a metal shop to fabricate one to fit your camera wouldn't be much. It would just be a small piece of bar aluminum with two threaded holes tapped in it, pretty much what's in your drawing. One hole is as close to the edge of the plate as possible and passes a short screw into the camera; the other is as far off as you want and receives the tripod screw.
The thread size for the holes and screw is 1/4"-20; the shop will know what to do with it. The screw you'd need should be available at any hardware store and should have threads long enough to pass through the plate plus an additional 1/4" to catch the threads in your camera.
Edit: I looked for some additional pictures of the bottom of your camera, and a few seem to imply that the door has to swing further than perpendicular to the base to get the battery out. If that's the case, the proximity of the tripod socket to the hinge may make it impossible to build something that will work because the plate will need to be at least 1/4" thick.