Sinopec has shutdown a section of the Sichuan-East gas pipeline after it two people were killed when the region was hit by a landslide and fire.
The company said the blaze was now under control and work is being completed to help restore the facility which carries natural gas from the southwestern province of Sichuan to eastern China.
The incident happened on Wednesday, around 6.25am local time in the region.
A spokesman for China Petroleum & Chemical Corp (Sinopec) said associated gas wells have also been shut down.
According to reports, the accident happened in a remote region in the central Hubei province.
Central China has experience heavy rains in recent weeks which has results in landslides and widespread flooding.
An estimated 9.8million cubic metres of gas supply per day has also been cut off to industrial users following the accident.
No further information was given on those who were killed in the incident.