• Newly Released NASA Study Looks to Identify Methane Emissions in Four Corners Region in “Brief Snapshot”

    Consumer Energy Alliance (CEA) today voiced its concern over a newly released study performed by the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA), the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA), and the University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, where scientists evaluated the Four Corners region after earlier satellite imagery identified a “methane hotspot” providing both limited and […]

  • Consumer Advocate Launches National Campaign Aimed at Educating Consumers on How U.S. Energy Infrastructure Can Ensure Stable Energy Prices

    Consumer Group Warns of Increased Energy Costs without New Pipeline Development in Latest On-Going Multi-State Effort

    WASHINGTON, D.C. – Consumer Energy Alliance (CEA), a national consumer advocacy organization that represents consumers, manufacturers, agriculture, energy, renewables and other industries, today launched a national campaign, “Pipelines for America,” focused on educating consumers about the increasing importance of U.S. energy infrastructure – and how more is needed to keep consumer energy prices stable and […]

  • CEA Applauds Removal of Anti-Pipeline Provisions from Massachusetts Energy Bill

    Consumer Energy Alliance commended a conference committee comprised of members from the Massachusetts legislature that recently approved a final version of the Energy Diversity Bill (H.4385/S.2372) which removed a harmful provision that would have prevented critically needed natural gas pipeline infrastructure from being built. “Thanks to the conference committee, Bay Staters struggling with continually high electricity […]

  • ICYMI: As I See It, Expand the Natural Gas Pipeline

    Currently, the Massachusetts Legislature, in conjunction with the Baker/Polito Administration, is in deliberations concerning comprehensive energy legislation that will have financial impacts on businesses and residents alike for years to come. This is significant, in that the Unites States Energy Information Administration has outlined that New England households and businesses have the highest electric prices […]

    • Newly Released NASA Study Looks to Identify Methane Emissions in Four Corners Region in “Brief Snapshot”

      Consumer Energy Alliance (CEA) today voiced its concern over a newly released study performed by the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA), the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA), and the University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, where scientists evaluated the Four Corners region after earlier satellite imagery identified a “methane hotspot” providing both limited and […]

    • Consumer Advocate Launches National Campaign Aimed at Educating Consumers on How U.S. Energy Infrastructure Can Ensure Stable Energy Prices

      Consumer Group Warns of Increased Energy Costs without New Pipeline Development in Latest On-Going Multi-State Effort

      WASHINGTON, D.C. – Consumer Energy Alliance (CEA), a national consumer advocacy organization that represents consumers, manufacturers, agriculture, energy, renewables and other industries, today launched a national campaign, “Pipelines for America,” focused on educating consumers about the increasing importance of U.S. energy infrastructure – and how more is needed to keep consumer energy prices stable and […]

    • CEA Applauds Removal of Anti-Pipeline Provisions from Massachusetts Energy Bill

      Consumer Energy Alliance commended a conference committee comprised of members from the Massachusetts legislature that recently approved a final version of the Energy Diversity Bill (H.4385/S.2372) which removed a harmful provision that would have prevented critically needed natural gas pipeline infrastructure from being built. “Thanks to the conference committee, Bay Staters struggling with continually high electricity […]

    • ICYMI: As I See It, Expand the Natural Gas Pipeline

      Currently, the Massachusetts Legislature, in conjunction with the Baker/Polito Administration, is in deliberations concerning comprehensive energy legislation that will have financial impacts on businesses and residents alike for years to come. This is significant, in that the Unites States Energy Information Administration has outlined that New England households and businesses have the highest electric prices […]

      • Newly Released NASA Study Looks to Identify Methane Emissions in Four Corners Region in “Brief Snapshot”

        Consumer Energy Alliance (CEA) today voiced its concern over a newly released study performed by the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA), the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA), and the University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, where scientists evaluated the Four Corners region after earlier satellite imagery identified a “methane hotspot” providing both limited and […]

      • Consumer Advocate Launches National Campaign Aimed at Educating Consumers on How U.S. Energy Infrastructure Can Ensure Stable Energy Prices

        Consumer Group Warns of Increased Energy Costs without New Pipeline Development in Latest On-Going Multi-State Effort

        WASHINGTON, D.C. – Consumer Energy Alliance (CEA), a national consumer advocacy organization that represents consumers, manufacturers, agriculture, energy, renewables and other industries, today launched a national campaign, “Pipelines for America,” focused on educating consumers about the increasing importance of U.S. energy infrastructure – and how more is needed to keep consumer energy prices stable and […]

      • CEA Applauds Removal of Anti-Pipeline Provisions from Massachusetts Energy Bill

        Consumer Energy Alliance commended a conference committee comprised of members from the Massachusetts legislature that recently approved a final version of the Energy Diversity Bill (H.4385/S.2372) which removed a harmful provision that would have prevented critically needed natural gas pipeline infrastructure from being built. “Thanks to the conference committee, Bay Staters struggling with continually high electricity […]

      • ICYMI: As I See It, Expand the Natural Gas Pipeline

        Currently, the Massachusetts Legislature, in conjunction with the Baker/Polito Administration, is in deliberations concerning comprehensive energy legislation that will have financial impacts on businesses and residents alike for years to come. This is significant, in that the Unites States Energy Information Administration has outlined that New England households and businesses have the highest electric prices […]

        • Newly Released NASA Study Looks to Identify Methane Emissions in Four Corners Region in “Brief Snapshot”

          Consumer Energy Alliance (CEA) today voiced its concern over a newly released study performed by the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA), the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA), and the University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, where scientists evaluated the Four Corners region after earlier satellite imagery identified a “methane hotspot” providing both limited and […]

        • Consumer Advocate Launches National Campaign Aimed at Educating Consumers on How U.S. Energy Infrastructure Can Ensure Stable Energy Prices

          Consumer Group Warns of Increased Energy Costs without New Pipeline Development in Latest On-Going Multi-State Effort

          WASHINGTON, D.C. – Consumer Energy Alliance (CEA), a national consumer advocacy organization that represents consumers, manufacturers, agriculture, energy, renewables and other industries, today launched a national campaign, “Pipelines for America,” focused on educating consumers about the increasing importance of U.S. energy infrastructure – and how more is needed to keep consumer energy prices stable and […]

        • CEA Applauds Removal of Anti-Pipeline Provisions from Massachusetts Energy Bill

          Consumer Energy Alliance commended a conference committee comprised of members from the Massachusetts legislature that recently approved a final version of the Energy Diversity Bill (H.4385/S.2372) which removed a harmful provision that would have prevented critically needed natural gas pipeline infrastructure from being built. “Thanks to the conference committee, Bay Staters struggling with continually high electricity […]

        • ICYMI: As I See It, Expand the Natural Gas Pipeline

          Currently, the Massachusetts Legislature, in conjunction with the Baker/Polito Administration, is in deliberations concerning comprehensive energy legislation that will have financial impacts on businesses and residents alike for years to come. This is significant, in that the Unites States Energy Information Administration has outlined that New England households and businesses have the highest electric prices […]

          • Newly Released NASA Study Looks to Identify Methane Emissions in Four Corners Region in “Brief Snapshot”

            Consumer Energy Alliance (CEA) today voiced its concern over a newly released study performed by the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA), the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA), and the University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, where scientists evaluated the Four Corners region after earlier satellite imagery identified a “methane hotspot” providing both limited and […]

          • Consumer Advocate Launches National Campaign Aimed at Educating Consumers on How U.S. Energy Infrastructure Can Ensure Stable Energy Prices

            Consumer Group Warns of Increased Energy Costs without New Pipeline Development in Latest On-Going Multi-State Effort

            WASHINGTON, D.C. – Consumer Energy Alliance (CEA), a national consumer advocacy organization that represents consumers, manufacturers, agriculture, energy, renewables and other industries, today launched a national campaign, “Pipelines for America,” focused on educating consumers about the increasing importance of U.S. energy infrastructure – and how more is needed to keep consumer energy prices stable and […]

          • CEA Applauds Removal of Anti-Pipeline Provisions from Massachusetts Energy Bill

            Consumer Energy Alliance commended a conference committee comprised of members from the Massachusetts legislature that recently approved a final version of the Energy Diversity Bill (H.4385/S.2372) which removed a harmful provision that would have prevented critically needed natural gas pipeline infrastructure from being built. “Thanks to the conference committee, Bay Staters struggling with continually high electricity […]

          • ICYMI: As I See It, Expand the Natural Gas Pipeline

            Currently, the Massachusetts Legislature, in conjunction with the Baker/Polito Administration, is in deliberations concerning comprehensive energy legislation that will have financial impacts on businesses and residents alike for years to come. This is significant, in that the Unites States Energy Information Administration has outlined that New England households and businesses have the highest electric prices […]

            • Newly Released NASA Study Looks to Identify Methane Emissions in Four Corners Region in “Brief Snapshot”

              Consumer Energy Alliance (CEA) today voiced its concern over a newly released study performed by the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA), the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA), and the University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, where scientists evaluated the Four Corners region after earlier satellite imagery identified a “methane hotspot” providing both limited and […]

            • Consumer Advocate Launches National Campaign Aimed at Educating Consumers on How U.S. Energy Infrastructure Can Ensure Stable Energy Prices

              Consumer Group Warns of Increased Energy Costs without New Pipeline Development in Latest On-Going Multi-State Effort

              WASHINGTON, D.C. – Consumer Energy Alliance (CEA), a national consumer advocacy organization that represents consumers, manufacturers, agriculture, energy, renewables and other industries, today launched a national campaign, “Pipelines for America,” focused on educating consumers about the increasing importance of U.S. energy infrastructure – and how more is needed to keep consumer energy prices stable and […]

            • CEA Applauds Removal of Anti-Pipeline Provisions from Massachusetts Energy Bill

              Consumer Energy Alliance commended a conference committee comprised of members from the Massachusetts legislature that recently approved a final version of the Energy Diversity Bill (H.4385/S.2372) which removed a harmful provision that would have prevented critically needed natural gas pipeline infrastructure from being built. “Thanks to the conference committee, Bay Staters struggling with continually high electricity […]

            • ICYMI: As I See It, Expand the Natural Gas Pipeline

              Currently, the Massachusetts Legislature, in conjunction with the Baker/Polito Administration, is in deliberations concerning comprehensive energy legislation that will have financial impacts on businesses and residents alike for years to come. This is significant, in that the Unites States Energy Information Administration has outlined that New England households and businesses have the highest electric prices […]

              • Newly Released NASA Study Looks to Identify Methane Emissions in Four Corners Region in “Brief Snapshot”

                Consumer Energy Alliance (CEA) today voiced its concern over a newly released study performed by the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA), the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA), and the University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, where scientists evaluated the Four Corners region after earlier satellite imagery identified a “methane hotspot” providing both limited and […]

              • Consumer Advocate Launches National Campaign Aimed at Educating Consumers on How U.S. Energy Infrastructure Can Ensure Stable Energy Prices

                Consumer Group Warns of Increased Energy Costs without New Pipeline Development in Latest On-Going Multi-State Effort

                WASHINGTON, D.C. – Consumer Energy Alliance (CEA), a national consumer advocacy organization that represents consumers, manufacturers, agriculture, energy, renewables and other industries, today launched a national campaign, “Pipelines for America,” focused on educating consumers about the increasing importance of U.S. energy infrastructure – and how more is needed to keep consumer energy prices stable and […]

              • CEA Applauds Removal of Anti-Pipeline Provisions from Massachusetts Energy Bill

                Consumer Energy Alliance commended a conference committee comprised of members from the Massachusetts legislature that recently approved a final version of the Energy Diversity Bill (H.4385/S.2372) which removed a harmful provision that would have prevented critically needed natural gas pipeline infrastructure from being built. “Thanks to the conference committee, Bay Staters struggling with continually high electricity […]

              • ICYMI: As I See It, Expand the Natural Gas Pipeline

                Currently, the Massachusetts Legislature, in conjunction with the Baker/Polito Administration, is in deliberations concerning comprehensive energy legislation that will have financial impacts on businesses and residents alike for years to come. This is significant, in that the Unites States Energy Information Administration has outlined that New England households and businesses have the highest electric prices […]

                • Newly Released NASA Study Looks to Identify Methane Emissions in Four Corners Region in “Brief Snapshot”

                  Consumer Energy Alliance (CEA) today voiced its concern over a newly released study performed by the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA), the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA), and the University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, where scientists evaluated the Four Corners region after earlier satellite imagery identified a “methane hotspot” providing both limited and […]

                • Consumer Advocate Launches National Campaign Aimed at Educating Consumers on How U.S. Energy Infrastructure Can Ensure Stable Energy Prices

                  Consumer Group Warns of Increased Energy Costs without New Pipeline Development in Latest On-Going Multi-State Effort

                  WASHINGTON, D.C. – Consumer Energy Alliance (CEA), a national consumer advocacy organization that represents consumers, manufacturers, agriculture, energy, renewables and other industries, today launched a national campaign, “Pipelines for America,” focused on educating consumers about the increasing importance of U.S. energy infrastructure – and how more is needed to keep consumer energy prices stable and […]

                • CEA Applauds Removal of Anti-Pipeline Provisions from Massachusetts Energy Bill

                  Consumer Energy Alliance commended a conference committee comprised of members from the Massachusetts legislature that recently approved a final version of the Energy Diversity Bill (H.4385/S.2372) which removed a harmful provision that would have prevented critically needed natural gas pipeline infrastructure from being built. “Thanks to the conference committee, Bay Staters struggling with continually high electricity […]

                • ICYMI: As I See It, Expand the Natural Gas Pipeline

                  Currently, the Massachusetts Legislature, in conjunction with the Baker/Polito Administration, is in deliberations concerning comprehensive energy legislation that will have financial impacts on businesses and residents alike for years to come. This is significant, in that the Unites States Energy Information Administration has outlined that New England households and businesses have the highest electric prices […]

                  • Newly Released NASA Study Looks to Identify Methane Emissions in Four Corners Region in “Brief Snapshot”

                    Consumer Energy Alliance (CEA) today voiced its concern over a newly released study performed by the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA), the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA), and the University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, where scientists evaluated the Four Corners region after earlier satellite imagery identified a “methane hotspot” providing both limited and […]

                  • Consumer Advocate Launches National Campaign Aimed at Educating Consumers on How U.S. Energy Infrastructure Can Ensure Stable Energy Prices

                    Consumer Group Warns of Increased Energy Costs without New Pipeline Development in Latest On-Going Multi-State Effort

                    WASHINGTON, D.C. – Consumer Energy Alliance (CEA), a national consumer advocacy organization that represents consumers, manufacturers, agriculture, energy, renewables and other industries, today launched a national campaign, “Pipelines for America,” focused on educating consumers about the increasing importance of U.S. energy infrastructure – and how more is needed to keep consumer energy prices stable and […]

                  • CEA Applauds Removal of Anti-Pipeline Provisions from Massachusetts Energy Bill

                    Consumer Energy Alliance commended a conference committee comprised of members from the Massachusetts legislature that recently approved a final version of the Energy Diversity Bill (H.4385/S.2372) which removed a harmful provision that would have prevented critically needed natural gas pipeline infrastructure from being built. “Thanks to the conference committee, Bay Staters struggling with continually high electricity […]

                  • ICYMI: As I See It, Expand the Natural Gas Pipeline

                    Currently, the Massachusetts Legislature, in conjunction with the Baker/Polito Administration, is in deliberations concerning comprehensive energy legislation that will have financial impacts on businesses and residents alike for years to come. This is significant, in that the Unites States Energy Information Administration has outlined that New England households and businesses have the highest electric prices […]

                    • Newly Released NASA Study Looks to Identify Methane Emissions in Four Corners Region in “Brief Snapshot”

                      Consumer Energy Alliance (CEA) today voiced its concern over a newly released study performed by the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA), the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA), and the University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, where scientists evaluated the Four Corners region after earlier satellite imagery identified a “methane hotspot” providing both limited and […]

                    • Consumer Advocate Launches National Campaign Aimed at Educating Consumers on How U.S. Energy Infrastructure Can Ensure Stable Energy Prices

                      Consumer Group Warns of Increased Energy Costs without New Pipeline Development in Latest On-Going Multi-State Effort

                      WASHINGTON, D.C. – Consumer Energy Alliance (CEA), a national consumer advocacy organization that represents consumers, manufacturers, agriculture, energy, renewables and other industries, today launched a national campaign, “Pipelines for America,” focused on educating consumers about the increasing importance of U.S. energy infrastructure – and how more is needed to keep consumer energy prices stable and […]

                    • CEA Applauds Removal of Anti-Pipeline Provisions from Massachusetts Energy Bill

                      Consumer Energy Alliance commended a conference committee comprised of members from the Massachusetts legislature that recently approved a final version of the Energy Diversity Bill (H.4385/S.2372) which removed a harmful provision that would have prevented critically needed natural gas pipeline infrastructure from being built. “Thanks to the conference committee, Bay Staters struggling with continually high electricity […]

                    • ICYMI: As I See It, Expand the Natural Gas Pipeline

                      Currently, the Massachusetts Legislature, in conjunction with the Baker/Polito Administration, is in deliberations concerning comprehensive energy legislation that will have financial impacts on businesses and residents alike for years to come. This is significant, in that the Unites States Energy Information Administration has outlined that New England households and businesses have the highest electric prices […]