A fire that broke out at Western Refining Inc. refinery Wednesday morning has been extinguished, Oil and Gas Journal said.
The fire started at 8:30 CST in a boiler at the company’s 128,000-b/d refinery in El Paso, Texas.
The fire was extinguished by Western Refining’s on-site fire and emergency personnel at 9:05 CST on Wednesday, according to Twitter posts by the El Paso Fire Department.
No injuries have been reported.
The details of the refinery’s operation status have not been disclosed.
Western’s El Paso refinery is three miles from downtown El Paso.
The refinery has crude capacity of approximately 128,000 barrels per day and a storage capacity of approximately 4.3 million barrels.