Siberia's largest petrochemical plant is on fire in Russia: what is known

Siberia’s largest petrochemical plant is on fire in Russia: what is known

At the time of the arrival of the firefighters, the burning area was 200 square meters.  As a result of the incident, no one was injured. photo: Ministry of Emergency Situations of the Russian Federation

On the morning of November 27, a fire broke out at the industrial site of the Angar Petrochemical Plant in Russia.

This is reported in the State Department of the Ministry of Emergency Situations of Russia in the Irkutsk region.

According to rescuers, the technological installation of the heat exchanger caught fire. At the time of the arrival of the firefighters, the burning area was 200 square meters.

As noted, open burning at the production site was eliminated, according to detailed information, on a total area of ​​200 square meters. m. Operational services continue pouring equipment and disassembling structures.

There were no casualties as a result of the incident. A commission was created at the enterprise to find out the reasons for what happened.

It is worth noting that the Angar Petrochemical Company is the largest enterprise in Eastern Siberia for the processing and production of petroleum products, which is part of Rosneft. Up to 9 million tons of oil are processed there annually.

We will remind you that a large-scale fire broke out in the Belgorod region of the Russian Federation on Sunday, November 6. The Russian local authorities then reported on the “arrival”.

The day before, in the Russian city of Murino, which is a few kilometers from St. Petersburg, there was an explosion and a huge fire.

It was also reported at the beginning of November that a train carrying fuel for the occupiers caught fire in Russian Yekaterinburg. The cause of the fire may be sabotage.

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