Explosions rocked local oil refineries near the towns of al-Bab and Jarablus, causing large fires.
A series of missile attacks near oil facilities sparked major fires in northern Syria, near the Turkish border, and killed one person on Friday.
Explosions rocked oil refineries near the towns of al-Bab and Jarablus and started large fires, Turkish state news agency Anadolu reported.
A source from the Turkish military, which controls parts of northwestern Syria where Turkish troops are present, said missile attacks triggered the blasts, which also injured 11 people.
Anadolu said they were ballistic missiles and it was not clear who carried out the attacks.
In Syria, Russia is one of the main supporters of the government of Syrian President Bashar al-Assad, while Turkey supports a handful of opposition factions.
Turkey has made three major incursions into northeastern Syria since 2016 to drive Kurdish fighters and the armed group ISIL (ISIS) from the border area.
In 2019, he sent troops to expel Syrian Kurdish fighters he considers “terrorists” from the region and to create a “safe zone” where he hoped to resettle the refugees.
Turkey ended the offensive following separate agreements with the United States and Russia that promised the withdrawal of the Kurdish militia.