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The 10 Biggest Texas Pollution Fines In 2009

Mon, 12/21/2009 - 12:27pm
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS

A look at the most fined polluters in Texas for the 2009 fiscal year, according to statistics from the Texas Commission on Environmental Quality:

MOST FINED (with dollar amount and number of incidents):

  1. Total Petrochemical USA Inc.: $1.58 million (11)
  2. Dow Chemical Co.: $1.14 million (8)
  3. Exxon Mobil Corp.: $1.1 million (23)
  4. Shell Oil Co.: $684,174 (5)
  5. BP PLC: $662,650 (2)
  6. BASF Fina Petrochemicals: $603,628 (5)
  7. Chevron: $568,910 (18)
  8. Enterprise Products Operating LLC, $551,550 (2)
  9. Valero Energy Corp.: $354,896 (8)
  10. Dupont Co.: $306,544 (11)

LARGEST INDIVIDUAL FINES:

  1. Total Petrochemicals USA Inc., $749,910
  2. BP PLC, $650,000
  3. Dow Chemical Co., $648,904
  4. Enterprise Products Operating LLC, $541,450
  5. Total Petrochemicals USA Inc., $529,300
  6. Exxon Mobil Corp., $496,201
  7. Houston Refining LP, $481,105
  8. Shell Oil Co., $345,744
  9. South Hampton Resources Inc., $274,433
  10. BASF Fina Petrochemicals, $250,753
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