Fire broke out in a ground flaring facility at a petrochemical complex in Grangemouth, Scotland, Thursday morning.
Scottish Fire and Rescue Service mobilized three fire vehicles for an on-scene response to the blaze.
Ineos FPS, owner of the complex, released the following via their Twitter account.
“An operational incident occurred this morning within our Ground Flare facility in the West Jetty area of the Grangemouth Docks. All personnel were accounted for and are safe.”
As per normal procedure, the INEOS incident management and emergency response teams were mobilized, the statement reads. However, emergency services have been stood down.
“INEOS FPS does not currently anticipate any impact to offshore operations and our operations continue as normal,” the INEOS Twitter account reports.
The 1,730-acre complex produces 1.3 million tons per year of various products. No injuries were reported from the emergency.