The North Dakota Department of Health said it's monitoring air quality around the industrial park for any threats to public health.
"The fire in the industrial park has resulted in a plume of smoke that may adversely affect air quality in the surrounding area, and may cause health concerns," it said in a statement Tuesday.
North Dakota oil production is growing as a result of the advances in drilling technology for shale reserves. The state government said oil production for May, the last full month for which data are available, was 1,039,635 barrels per day, a new all-time high and a 3.8 percent increase from April.
The Department of Health said its primary concern was respiratory issues for people near the site of the blaze.
"People who are experiencing symptoms of respiratory distress should seek medical care immediately," it advised.
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