United States v. CITGO Petroleum Corp.

A settling OPA defendant that injured natural resources by discharging oil into the Indian Marais waterway, the Calcasieu River, and the Calcasieu Estuary from its refinery in Lake Charles, Louisiana, must pay $19.16 million to restore, replace, or acquire the equivalent of the natural resources allegedly injured, destroyed, or lost as a result of the oil spill and $528,149.83 to reimburse all remaining unpaid assessment costs.