Approximately 46% of oil that enters the environment does so by natural seepage.
More than 99.97% of oil delivered by tankers to the U.S. over the last decade reached its destination without incident.
Large releases of oil from tankers have declined from 24.5 incidents per year in the 1970s to 3.2 incidents per year in the 2000s.
There are approximately 95,000 miles of crude oil pipeline in the United States.
The compounds found in dispersants are also found in many common household products, such as sunscreen, toothpaste, and juice.
More than 500,000,000 gallons of oil are transported daily across the globe, of which more than 99.9999% arrives safely.