Subsidy Tracker: Industry Summary Page

Major Industry: 
chemicals
Subsidy Total: 
$10,456,480,725
Number of Awards: 
4,707
Time Period: 

Earliest year of data: 1992. Availability of data for earlier years varies greatly from program to program. The majority of the listings for this industry are for the period since 2011.

Notes: 

The dollar total above adjusts for the fact that there is an overlap between the amounts in one or more Megadeal entries and those of one or more of the other entries. The total includes only those entries matched to a parent company. The industry designation is the primary one for the parent's operations overall. Dollar totals do not include awards for which no subsidy value is disclosed.


Top 10 Parent CompaniesTotal Subsidy $Number of Awards
Sasol$1,851,232,18068
Dow Inc.$1,598,981,545410
Air Products & Chemicals$883,484,390221
Bayer$836,779,739121
CF Industries$810,715,94559
Shin-Etsu Chemical$474,724,21947
Westlake Chemical$413,558,702222
Wacker Chemie$371,855,52324
BASF$341,147,322270
DuPont de Nemours$294,056,735177


Individual Subsidy Records:

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Company Parent Location Subsidy Source Year Subsidy Value Loan/Bailout Valuesort icon Type of Subsidy
BASF Corporation BASF United States federal 2009 $80,000,000 federal tax-exempt bond
Air Products and Chemicals Air Products & Chemicals United States federal 2010 $85,000,000 federal tax-exempt bond
Westlake Chemical Corporation Westlake Chemical United States federal 2010 $88,556,440 federal tax-exempt bond
Westlake Chemical Corporation Westlake Chemical United States federal 2008 $100,000,000 federal tax-exempt bond
Agrium Inc. Nutrien Ltd. United States federal 2013 $250,000,000 federal loan or loan guarantee
Westlake Chemical Corporation Westlake Chemical United States federal 2007 $250,000,000 federal tax-exempt bond
Syngenta AG ChemChina United States federal 2009 $696,100,000 federal loan or loan guarantee
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