This aerial picture taken on October 3, 2021 shows oil and an oil containment boom in the water of the Talbert Marshlands area from an offshore oil rig as it reaches the shore and sensitive wildlife habitats in Newport Beach, California. - Authorities in California's beachfront Orange County cities scrambled  October 3, 2021 to mitigate the fallout from a major oil spill off the coast that caused "substantial ecological impacts."  As of Sunday, the oil plume from the 126,000-gallon (480,000 liters) spill of post-production crude was an estimated 5.8 nautical miles (6.7 miles, 10 kilometers) long and stretched along the popular shorelines of Huntington Beach and Newport Beach, Huntington Beach city authorities said in a statement. (Photo by DAVID MCNEW / AFP) (Photo by DAVID MCNEW/AFP via Getty Images)