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Agilyx and Monroe Energy to produce lower-carbon crude oil for jet fuel

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Agilyx, a company that converts waste plastics to fuels and chemicals, has announced a collaborative agreement with Monroe Energy to supply up to 2500 bpd of Agilyx's synthetic feedstock.

Agilyx derives the feedstock, Toxic Substances Control Act (TSCA)-registered Agilyx Synthetic Crude Oil (ASCO) product, through a proprietary waste plastics recycling technology.

Agilyx has agreed to supply ASCO to Monroe Energy, a wholly owned subsidiary of Delta Air Lines. Monroe will refine the ASCO into jet fuel for Delta. Agilyx plans to locate a production facility near Monroe's refinery, which is located just outside of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, US, developing the plant in phases until it reaches a production capacity of 2500 bpd by the end of 2020.

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