A 10,000 tonne storage tank exploded on 1 June in Hormozgan Province, south of Iran, killing one person and injuring another.
More than 30 fire engines were deployed to contain the blaze that raged for over two hours.
The 10,000 tonne storage tank, which was used for providing fuel to ships in the Persian Gulf, has been completely destroyed.
On 29 May three oil workers were killed and at least 10 injured when a fire broke out at a well at the Naft Shahr oil field in Kermanshah province which borders Iraq.
An official in charge of extinguishing the blaze says the oil rig fire may take six months to extinguish.