According to the regional governor, a drone crashed in the Moscow region, most likely in an attempt to target civilian infrastructure.
Andrei Vorobyov was speaking after the defense ministry reported that two Ukrainian drones had been shot down in southern Russia.
Ukraine denies responsibility for attacks within Russia.
Gazprom, the Russian energy giant, has a facility near the village of Gubastovo, about 100 kilometers (62 miles) from Moscow, where the drone crashed.
The Russian state-run news agency RIA Novosti reported that Gazprom’s operations in the Kolomna region had not been disrupted.
The drone’s target in Kolomna “was most likely a civilian infrastructure facility that was not damaged,” Mr Vorobyov wrote on Telegram.
“On the ground, there are no casualties or damage. The FSB (Russian security service) and other appropriate authorities are conducting an investigation “He went on to say.
Images shared by Russian media and officials show a damaged drone in a snowy field in front of a birch forest. The area surrounding the Gazprom plant is densely forested.