Natural gas has high yields due to the fact that it is the most efficient fossil fuel and produces less greenhouse gases than other fossil fuels do and will play an important role in securing the future energy of the world.
During the past three decades, it has been proved that the most efficient way to transport natural gas, where pipelines cannot be built, is in the form of liquefied natural gas.
Today, LNG supply chain has been expanded to the extent that it competes with pipelines even in markets used to be dominated by pipeline supplies. The industry will enhance the security of energy supply in national consumption, while reduces the geopolitical constraints of approaching the global gas market. Mini LNG plants are used to serve remote and small gas consumers who do not have access to natural gas pipelines. Given the vast gas resources available in Iran, Petro Tamin Sorin is planning to construct a Mini LNG unit with a capacity of less than 500 tonnes per day