Overview

The Kangan LNG project is a liquefaction and export terminal, to be sited near the town Kangan, on the Iranian side of the Persian Gulf in a highly attractive location.

A 25 hectare site located at the Port of Tombak has been designated for the project. The site will accommodate two liquefaction trains, as well as potential future expansion, pre-processing, utilities storage and export facilities.

The project is planned to start operation in 2023, and will have 2 mmtpa of liquefaction capacity. Kangan LNG is the first midscale LNG project being developed by the private sector in Iran.

The Kangan LNG facilities will have excellent access to Iranian natural gas supply resources, and will be constructed next to the new South Pars gas processing facilities at Tombak.