Ixtoc II all over again
According to the widget that PBS has put up - now with video! [although nothing's playing at the moment] - the Deepwater Horizon disaster has, as of the time of this post, dumped somewhere between 36,500,000 gallons and 148,000,000 gallons of crude oil into the Gulf of Mexico.
In other words, what it took Iztoc I nearly 10 months to "accomplish," Deepwater Horizon may have done in only 35 days, if the worst worst case scenario is happening to us. Even at what's probably the lowest credible estimate of ~ 1 million gallons per day, this one will have reached Ixtoc levels in less than 5 months.
New widget [has video... maybe]
Original widget [has various flow rates]