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The company pleaded guilty to an offence under the Clean Water Act and an offence under the Migratory Bird Treaty Act. He also agreed to plead guilty, in criminal proceedings, to obstructing Congress because of his statements about the debit. In addition to the historic $4 billion in fines and criminal penalties, BP has agreed, as part of its admission of guilt, to maintain a safety and risk management monitor and an independent auditor who will oversee process safety, risk management and maintenance of BP`s drilling equipment with respect to deep-water drilling in the Gulf of Mexico. BP is also required to maintain an ethics monitor to improve BP`s code of conduct to ensure BP`s future opening to the U.S. government. BP also agreed to plead guilty to an offence under the Clean Water Act; a census of administrative offences in accordance with the Migrant Bird Contracts Act; and a crime for obstruction of Congress. Mr Mix pleaded not guilty to both counts of obstructing a grand jury investigation and said the deletions were routine and other communication recordings still existed. BP has signed an admission of guilt with the government, also filed today, in which it acknowledges its criminal behavior.
As part of its admission of guilt, BP agreed, subject to the court`s agreement, to pay $4 billion in fines and fines — the largest criminal resolution in U.S. history.