Oxnard, CA (PRWEB) March 15, 2011
The influential documentary film, The Risks and Danger of LNG, has been mobilizing opposition to Liquefied Natural Gas (LNG) proposals throughout the United States.
The film’s producers, Tim Riley and Hayden Riley, are now exploring options to distribute their documentary film throughout Australia. Any company interested in acquiring the exclusive rights to control distribution of the film should contact the Law Office of Tim Riley.
The powerful film, which was an Official Selection of the Malibu Film Festival, has helped derail many US LNG projects.
Most notably, the film helped sink two offshore LNG proposals in California that were proposed by Australia’s Woodside and BHP Billiton energy companies.
In 2007, the Riley’s and their compelling film were featured in an NBC News Special LNG Report. That report focused on the Woodside offshore LNG proposal that would have impacted LAX, Los Angeles, Santa Monica, and Malibu. After the report, Woodside withdrew its proposal.
“If anyone knows how powerful our film can be at alerting the public to the risks of LNG – it would be Woodside and BHP,” said producer Hayden Riley. “We are grateful every time our film helps derail another LNG proposal,” she added.
“The film alerts the unwary public and elected officials to the adverse impacts of LNG, which are routinely minimized by the energy industry,” said producer Tim Riley.
After a screening of the film in the UK, a member of Parliament stated for the record during the debate over the siting of a LNG facility in the UK, “For the sceptical, there is ample evidence of major LNG fire incidents - for instance… An American documentary film, 'The Risks and Dangers of LNG' by Tim Riley, covers many aspects of the dangers of LNG, including the history of accidents, the environmental impact, spills and vapour clouds, and the terrorist implications in relation to LNG tanks, tankers and pipelines.”
“We are pleased that our film helps leaders and lawmakers understand the impacts of LNG proposals,” said Hayden Riley.
Currently, the United States market for LNG proposals is looking risky for investors.
“As LNG prospects in the United States get dimmer and grimmer, in light of our illuminating documentary, Woodside, BHP, Chevron, Royal Dutch Shell, and others are now investing heavily in Australia. Accordingly, we too will now target Australia, and are now exploring options to distribute our film there,” said Tim Riley.
Any company interested in acquiring the exclusive rights to control distribution of the film, should contact Tim Riley at the Law Office of Tim Riley.
Film's Official Website: http://LngDanger.com
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