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MOSCOW, August 13. /TASS/. Moscow Refinery will supply oil products to customers in full scope despite the accident at the oil product pipeline, the refinery told TASS on Thursday.
"This situation will not influence on oil product supplies to the Moscow Region because alternative ways exist to deliver oil products to consumers," the press service said.
"The refinery’s integrated atmosphere monitoring system did not register any excess limits of various harmful substances: carbon monoxide, hydrocarbons, sulfur dioxide, nitrogen dioxide, hydrogen sulfide and benzene," the refinery’s press service said.
"There is no adverse impact on environment," the official representative of the refinery said.
TASS reported earlier a fuel oil spot, where the fire outbreak occurred later, was found on August 12 at the branch pipeline to the Moscow Refinery. Circumstances of the accident are under investigation.