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No. While the Oil Pollution Act limits the liability of a "responsible party" offshore oil rig to the total of all removal costs plus $75,000,000, the law also lists several exceptions to that limited liability. Specifically, if the responsible party is found to have done any of the following, the $75M liability cap doesn't apply:
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