Lightning Incident at the Oil and Gas field

Just wondering if there is any report that must be filed by the Oil and Gas Operating company if lightning strikes one of the oil tanks and catches on fire? We just happen to go down to our property today and was told during early morning storms, lightning struck one of the crude oil tanks and it caught on fire. The guy who does the routine mtce took a fire extinguisher and put it out. We were advised that if the cap had not been on the tank properly, that we would have come to nothing but a crater for our property.

Tnx in advance!

I know that in Texas there is an office in Austin that maintains records about spills from accidents in industrial facilities, in the oil and gas fields and from truck wrecks, etc. I would imagine all States have some sort of Environmental office.