LNG Terminals - Danger To Our Communities Tim Riley Law .com  760-683-5898

LNG is a danger to our communities. Co-Hosts Tim Riley and Hayden Riley dedicate their website to warn America about the many LNG safety concerns, and they want to help protect America from the imminent peril of liquefied natural gas.  As consumer protection advocates, the Rileys firmly believe that Liquefied Natural Gas poses a serious danger to our American communities. Consumer Protection Attorney Tim Riley warns about the many LNG safety risks and safety hazards, and that liquefied natural gas is unsafe and threatening America's coastline. Tim Riley warns about LNG tankers, LNG spills, LNG fires, LNG explosions, and LNG vulnerability to accident, earthquake and terrorism. Importing liquefied natural gas will make America more dependent on more foreign fossil fuel.  Co-Hosts Tim Riley and Hayden Riley urge us to write letters to local officials to stop LNG from coming to our American communities. They urge that we develop renewable energy resources instead of more reliance on the foreign fossil fuel LNG, and they urge more accountability, penalties, fines and imprisonment for corporate manipulation of the energy industry and energy market.

 

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Communities are now facing the imminent peril of Liquefied Natural Gas proliferation, which would have a disastrous impact on our communities if we just sit idly by. 

 

   

 

     We welcome concerned visitors from Santa Monica,* Malibu,* Oxnard,* Port Hueneme,* Ventura,* Santa Barbara,* Long Beach,* and Humboldt Bay area in Eureka,* California, Baja California; North Spit Property, Coos Bay, Oregon, Astoria, Oregon, St. Helens, OR; Cherry Point, Washington; Mobile,*Alabama; Fall River, Hull* Massachusetts; Harpswell,* Perry, * Maine, Sears Island, Hope Island, Cousins Island (Casco Bay area), Maine, Pleasant Point, ME; Providence, Rhode Island; Crown Landing area bordering New Jersey and Delaware; Logan Township, Gloucester County, NJ, Belmar, New Jersey;  Long Island Sound near the New York and Connecticut coast;* Philadelphia, Port Richmond, Pennsylvania;  Maryland; Sabine, Louisiana, Lake Charles, LA; Corpus Christi, Texas, Port Arthur, Port Lavaca, TX, Galveston, Texas, Sabine, TX, Brownsville, TX; Dundalk and Cove Point, MD; Biloxi Gulfport Pascagoula, Bayou Casotte, Jackson County, Mississippi; Ensenada,  Baja, Bajamar, Coronado Islands, Mexico, LázaroCárdenas, MX, Puerto Libertad, MX, and Gulf of Mexico; St. John, NB; Point Tupper, Nova Scotia; Goldboro, NS; Quebec City, QC, Rivičre-du-Loup, QC, Kitimat, British Columbia, Prince Rupert, BC; United Kingdom, Italy, Europe, Bahamas; and from all other communities threatened by LNG. 

 

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* Congratulations to the communities noted (*) above for stopping LNG. We are pleased that this website and our documentary film The Risks and Danger of LNG are helping communities worldwide in their battle against LNG. We have licensed public screenings to you throughout the nation and world, and we are very happy that the information we are providing through our film and website is assisting you in your victories and continued battles to stop LNG.  

 

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February 8, 2009

 

Wall Street Journal Bad Call "The conventional wisdom said that the U.S. would soon become a big importer of natural gas. The conventional wisdom blew it."

"To stabilize the market, Mr. Greenspan said, the U.S. needed to become a major importer of liquefied natural gas, or LNG. Moreover, he added, 'Access to world natural-gas supplies will require a major expansion of LNG terminal import capacity.' New facilities would have to be built in the U.S. to handle the expected surge in imports. Mr. Greenspan and the industry experts who shared this view -- and there were many -- couldn't have been more wrong. But within a year of his testimony, there were plans for 40 new or expanded LNG terminals under consideration in North America, according to a tally by the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission. By March 2005, the list had grown to 55.Today only six have been built, and most of those sit idle. Weeks pass between visits from a tanker full of frosty LNG. Even before the economic slowdown, it was clear the nation had ample natural-gas supplies. Large-scale imports simply weren't needed. And new reports suggest the U.S. won't need to turn into a massive importer of natural gas anytime soon. How did the conventional wisdom get it so wrong?"

 

 

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Other Resources & Links

 

http://www.savecascobay.org/websites.html   http://www.harpswell.info/frwds/files/tim_riley.htm

 

http://www.greenfutures.org/projects/LNG/LNG2-9-04.html   http://www.portersvillerevivalgroup.org/Links.html

 

http://www.savepassamaquoddybay.org/links.html   http://www.rpalumni.org/rpcivic/civic.htm

 

http://www.columbiarivervision.org/vision/links.html   http://www.wildcalifornia.org/pages/page-108

 

http://www.surfermag.com/features/oneworld/lngarticle/index1.html   http://www.gsenet.org/host/lng-logan/

 

 

Recent Proposals Outside of U.S.

April 2007

Poland is to import Liquefied Natural Gas from Algeria Echorouk Al Yaoumi - Algiers, Algeria During the 15th world LNG conference held in the Spanish city of Barcelona, Poland said it would import liquefied natural gas (LNG) from Algeria

Shell initiates project development for LNG terminal in Fos-sur-Mer Shell Energy Europe and the Port of Marseille Authorities have agreed to initiate the development of a potential LNG regasification terminal in Fos-sur-mer. The project would have in its first phase a typical capacity of around 8 billion cubic meters of gas per year. This agreement adds to Shell’s existing LNG project under development in Sicily (Ionio LNG) and the recently announced heads of agreement concerning capacity at a later stage of the Gate Terminal in Rotterdam in the Netherlands.

 

 

 

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