Permian Basin proppant company Atlas Energy Solutions reported a fire at a proppant mine in Kermit, Texas, at about noon April 14, the company said in an April 15 operational update. No injuries were reported but the mine will be shuttered while the source of the blaze is investigated.

Atlas said that all personnel, including employees and contractors, are safe and that no environmental impacts resulted from the fire.

Atlas said it is assessing the incident’s impact to the facility and will provide more information as it becomes available.

“While the Kermit facility will remain closed as we continue to investigate the fire’s cause, we have continued to serve our customers and expect to continue to do so,” Atlas said in the press release. “As our stakeholders know, the safety of our employees, contractors and neighbors is our highest priority. Atlas remains focused on maintaining safe operations and providing best-in-class services to all our customers.”

In a statement on Facebook, Kermit Volunteer Fire Department Chief Ervey Pineda

expressed thanks to neighboring fire departments and said county commissions and employees brought water trucks to the incident.