Major debris has been cleared and a detailed inspection was undertaken jointly by experts from OIL, ONGC and Singapore's Alert Disaster Control to decide the next course of action.
As part of TERI study on air quality and noise level, samples for monitoring air quality and noise level are being collected for analysis.
During their visit, Pradhan and Sonowal also assessed the damage and took stock of the control measures being carried out by foreign experts and specialists from the OIL.
Meanwhile, the blowout and resultant fire caused an uncertainty on the OIL’s plans to drill for hydrocarbon deposits at seven locations in Tinsukia and Dibrugarh districts.
The blowout occurred on Wednesday morning at the OIL’s Baghjan BGR Oil Well No 5.
From Monday, the public sector undertaking would issue a public statement on the progress of repair.
Assam has been facing a shortage of fuel supply due to the ongoing protests which have also affected the daily lives of people in Guwahati and several other districts of the state.