It's been three months since an explosion on an oil well owned by BP in the Gulf of Mexico caused what would become the worst offshore oil spill to hit the United States.
A lot of numbers have been bandied about since then concerning the size, impact and scope of the spill.
The number of barrels of oil the U.S. Coast Guard initially estimated was leaking from the well every day. (There are 158.9 litres in a barrel of oil.)
Revised estimates of how many barrels of oil were actually leaking every day.
Estimated total number of barrels of oil that leaked into the Gulf before the spill was capped.
Upper level estimate of how much oil, in barrels, was spilled in the Exxon Valdez disaster.
The number of litres of oil-water mix that have been recovered from the Gulf of Mexico.
The number of litres of dispersant that have been applied in an attempt to break up the spill.
The number of kilometres of Gulf coast shoreline that have been soiled with oil.
The number of kilometres of containment boom deployed in the Gulf since the spill began.
The number of kilometres of sorbent boom deployed in the Gulf since the spill began.
The number of people who have been deployed to protect the shoreline and wildlife and clean up coastlines.
The number of visibly oiled dead birds found on the shores of the Gulf since April 30.
The number of visibly oiled birds found alive on the shores of the Gulf since April 30.
The number of stranded sea turtles found dead in the Gulf or on shore between April 30 and July 18. The turtles are being studied to determine what killed them. However, the U.S. National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) says the number of strandings is higher than normal for this time of year.
The number of dead or debilitated dolphins found in the Gulf or on shore between April 30 and July 18. Visible evidence of oil was found on four of the 61 dolphins that died. The NOAA says the number of strandings is higher than normal for this time of year.
The number of square kilometres of Gulf of Mexico fishing waters that remain closed due to the spill. That's just over a third of the area normally open to the fishing industry.
The maximum fine, per barrel of oil released, if it's found the company was negligent in causing the disaster.
$17 billion US
The total amount BP could face in government fines.
$20 billion US
The size of the fund BP has set up to compensate disaster victims.
$265.58 billion US
BP's revenues for the fiscal year ending Dec. 31, 2009.
$14 billion US
BP's profits for the fiscal year ending Dec. 31, 2009.
Number of workers missing and presumed dead following the BP rig explosion.
(Sources: U.S. National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, U.S. Department of Justice, BP)
(CBC Graphic/Paul Vance, Emily Chung)