BP will pay $20.8 billion to cover damages from the Deepwater Horizon oil spill.
"Making it the largest settlement with a single entity in American history," said Attorney General Loretta Lynch.
Including civil claims under the Clean Water Act: $5.5 billion. (Video via RT)
Natural resources damages claims under the Oil Pollution Act: $7.1 billion. Plus $1 billion BP committed to pay for restoration work. (Video via U.S. Coast Guard)
Economic damages claims for Gulf states: $4.9 billion. (Video via U.S. Navy)
And up to $1 billion for local governments.
"Once approved by the court, this agreement will launch one of the largest environmental restoration efforts the world has ever seen," Lynch said.
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