The fire, which broke out at a distillation unit, was caused by a leak at a pumping station, state media reported.
Syrian firefighters on Sunday extinguished a major blaze that ravaged areas of their main Homs refinery in the west of the nation.
The fire started in a distillation unit due to a leak at a pumping station, state media reported without detailing it.
State television showed live footage of flames fired at parts of the refinery with black smoke feathers in the distance as firefighters battled the blaze.
SANA, the state news agency, citing a local firefighting official, reported that the fire was subsequently controlled without causing any casualties.
“The cooling process is already underway. There are no casualties, “said Homs fire chief Hassan Amar.
In late April, Syria’s oil ministry said a fire broke out at an oil tanker off its coast after what was said to be suspected of a drone attack.
In January, a large fire broke out at the Homs refinery, which involved a nearby crude oil loading station and dozens of trucks carrying petroleum products across the country.
Both the Homs and Banias refineries on the Mediterranean coast have faced a shortage of supply in recent months due to the erratic supply of Iranian crude oil to the country affected by the sanctions, which is mainly based in Tehran for their energy needs.
Syria has for years faced a shortage of gasoline and fuel, forcing it to ration out supplies distributed to government areas and to implement several rounds of sharp price increases.