A fire at an Anadarko Petroleum natural gas plant in Texas was finally extinguished on Tuesday after burning for nearly a week.
According to the Current-Argus, the company confirmed that all fires at the Ramsey natural gas plant in Orla, Texas have now been extinguished.
Two people suffered minor injuries after a December 3 blast set off the blaze.
No environmental impact was reported.
The company has not yet disclosed a timeline for restarting the facility.
Anadarko vice president of corporate communications John Christiansen told the paper the company is focused on restoring service to third-party customers and safely repairing the plant before completing expansions.
“Our engineering, operations, environmental and safety, and commercial teams are diligently developing a go-forward plan to return these assets to service in a safe and timely manner,” Christiansen said.
The Occupational Safety and Health Administration is investigating the cause of the explosion.
The 300,000 MMcf/d plant is owned by Western Gas Partners, a unit of Texas-based Anadarko Petroleum.