Persian LNG is the LNG project in Iran. It has been defined based on the huge reserves of the South Pars gas field. Royal Dutch Shell and Repsol had been originally awarded phases 13 and 14 but were left out of the project by Iran due to their repeated delays.
Persian LNG project consists of development of phases 13 and 14 of South Pars Gas field and construction of two LNG trains each with capacity of 8.1 million tonnes per year.
The plant will be located in Tombak port (950 km North West of Asaluyeh and 15 km South East of Kangan) and will be connected with South Pars by long subsea pipeline with diameter of .
Initially the project will be implemented in two phases:
Phase 1 consists of one train of LNG with the design capacity of 8.1 MTPA and 1.04 MTPA of LPG with 2 parallel gas treating units, 2 NGL extraction and fraction units and 1 liquefaction unit.
Phase 2 of the project consists of 2 trains with the design capacity of 8.1 MTPA of LNG per train and total LPG 1.56 MTPA with 3 gas treating units, 3 NGL extraction and fractionation units and also 2 liquefaction units.
Liquefaction process will be based on the Shell-Double Mixed Refrigrant (DMR) Process.National Iranian Gas... Read More