Fun fact about Lebanon: as a general rule, people cook and bake with natural gas (this goes for homes and restaurants too probably). And some people use natural gas to heat their homes during the mercifully brief and mild winter.
There is no municipal or private pipeline to supply homes with the stuff, no. Instead, there are trucks like this one. In the back of the truck there are large tanks, smaller ones up front. The small ones are 10 Kilos, the big ones . . . well, I've never had to buy one of those so I don't know.
10 kilos of natural gas costs $20 in my neighborhood and usually lasts us 2-3 months. We cook or bake something almost every day.
I like that this picture shows the dolly, ready and waiting on the back of the truck. It's helpful to have an extra set of wheels when it's time to deliver a tank, especially if you have to take more than one.