EXXON'S ARTHUR KILL SPILL COST: $55 MILLION

A January 1990 marine spill of fuel oil into the Arthur Kill between New Jersey and New York will cost Exxon Corp. at least $55 million. Exxon and government agencies last week disclosed agreements settling all issues stemming from Exxon's 567,000 gal pipeline spill in violation of the federal Clean Water Act. Most of the money will be used to restore the New York/New Jersey Harbor and Arthur Kill, the U.S. Justice Department said.

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