As per introductory data, three back to back impacts occurred at two terminals of the Hazira-based ONGC plant in Surat at around 3:30 am. The impact was trailed by a monstrous fire that could be seen from a good ways.
A gigantic fire that broke out at an Oil and Natural Gas Corporation (ONGC) gas handling plant in Gujarat early toward the beginning of today has been managed, the organization said. “There is no loss or injury to any individual,” ONGC said on its Twitter account.
As indicated by legitimate data, three successive impacts occurred at two terminals of the Hazira-based ONGC plant in Surat at around 3:00 AM. The impact was trailed by a huge fire that could be seen from a good ways.
The sound of the impact was heard the extent that 10 km, as per observers.
The fire was apparently brought about by a crack in the 36-inch Uran-Mumbai gas pipeline.
The sum total of what terminals have been shut down as a careful step.
“Around 3:05 am the previous evening, three successive impacts occurred at the ONGC Hazira plant which prompted the fire. Seven fire tenders and a few firemen promptly arrived at the spot to give help. No losses have been accounted for up until now,” Surat Collector Dhaval Patel was cited as saying by news organization ANI.
He further said that the depressurization of the pressurized gas framework was in progress.
“We are diminished that the fire was contained inside the premises of the plant and didn’t heighten to an off-site crisis,” he included. The authority said that the ONGC plant will likewise turn out to be incompletely operational in a few hours.
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