Public emergency rescue service and authorities were notified of the situation, and Equinor's emergency response organisation is helping on the scene.

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According to the ship's captain, all 23 people on board the ship have been accounted for. There were 102 people at the Sture terminal when the incident took place, while personnel who do not have emergency tasks have been evacuated from the terminal as a precautionary measure.

22 people with emergency preparedness duties are now at the terminal.

The emergency response organisation in Equinor will maintain continuous contact with the public rescue service and other relevant authorities, and we refer to the local Police for further information

Equinor stated.

However, as the oil major informed, the fire in the engine room of the crude oil tanker has now been extinguished. Namely, the fire has now been extinguished and the fire service is continuing to cool the area where the fire took place.

In addition, production at the Sture terminal, which receives oil from Oseberg, Grane, Edvard Grieg and Svalin, was not affected by the incident.