BP has put a final number on the cost of the 2010 oil spill: $61.6 billion.
In the years since the disaster, BP has slowly been analyzing the cost of its mistake.
Last year, the company settled on a $20 billion agreement with state and federal governments to resolve some claims related to economic damages and water pollution issues.
And last month, BP agreed to pay investors $175 million to squash accusations that the company lied about the size of the spill to protect its stock value.
But by far, the number released Thursday is the biggest. BP's chief financial officer said, "We have a clear plan for managing these costs and it provides our investors with certainty going forward."
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