Sweet crude oil streaks on the surface of the Gulf of Mexico in May 2010, as seen from a Florida Air National Guard C-130 airplane several miles from where the Deepwater Horizon oil rig blew up and sank off the coast of Louisiana. Florida Governor Charlie Crist viewed the area from the airplane. (AP Photo/St. Petersburg Times, Scott Keeler)
Sweet crude oil streaks on the surface of the Gulf of Mexico in May 2010, as seen from a Florida Air National Guard C-130 airplane several miles from where the Deepwater Horizon oil rig blew up and sank off the coast of Louisiana. Florida Governor Charlie Crist viewed the area from the airplane. (AP Photo/St. Petersburg Times, Scott Keeler) Scott Keeler AP
Sweet crude oil streaks on the surface of the Gulf of Mexico in May 2010, as seen from a Florida Air National Guard C-130 airplane several miles from where the Deepwater Horizon oil rig blew up and sank off the coast of Louisiana. Florida Governor Charlie Crist viewed the area from the airplane. (AP Photo/St. Petersburg Times, Scott Keeler) Scott Keeler AP

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