Whatever the extent of oil – and the amount, both surface area and volume, is debated a lot – the Gulf of Mexico is not remotely “full of oil”. At the most oil from the spill might have impacted a third of the Gulf (the size closed to fishing at one point, and that is a lot less now). I suggest reading the entire Wikipedia article in the link, together with the references linked therein.
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