Firefighters have contained a blaze that was sparked by an explosion on Monday night at a BP gas processing plant.
According to Reuters, firefighters were battling a fire that began at about 11:30 p.m. at BP’s natural gas processing plant in Pascagoula, Mississippi.
No injuries or evacuations were reported.
Further details about the incident have not been released yet.
Firefighting officials told Reuters late Monday night that the blaze had been brought under control.
The Pascagoula Police Department said early Tuesday morning that the fire had been contained to a building at the site.
The Pascagoula gas plant is operated by BP with Enterprise Products Partners holding a 40 percent stake.
According to Enterprise, the plant has a total gas processing capacity of 1.50 billion cubic feet per day.
BP has not commented on the incident yet.