What is the largest oil rig off the coast of California?



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    Out of the three main regions within California that produce oil, one of these is off-coast. The Outer Continental Shelf (OCS) oil rigs, maintained by the Federal Minerals Management Service, produced 10.2% of all California-generated oil as of April 2006. However, offshore extraction has been declining from its peak point in 1983. Yet, a 2009 report by the U.S. Energy Information Administration noted that large undiscovered oil deposits in the OCS region have been detected by Federal assessments.

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