• Consumer Energy Alliance Applauds Federal Action to Strengthen U.S. Energy Security

    WASHINGTON – Consumer Energy Alliance (CEA) President David Holt today released the following statement applauding U.S. President Donald Trump’s executive action to examine new opportunities for domestic energy production and remove barriers to development that were imposed in recent years. “Today’s announcement is a welcome departure from restrictive actions taken by the prior administration, which […]

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    CEA Commends Southern Texas Town for Bringing Energy Jobs, Manufacturing to Texas

    HOUSTON — Consumer Energy Alliance (CEA) President David Holt released the following statement commending San Patricio County and the town of Portland, Texas for its support of a new ethane steam cracker – a project that will bring thousands of jobs and economic opportunities – to the region. The new ExxonMobil facility, projected to be […]

  • Tell Congress to Reverse Federal Regulations That Hurt Ohio Families and Small Businesses!

    Last year, the Obama administration released a methane rule that would negatively impact families and small businesses across the country, including right here in the Buckeye State. While Washington’s aim was to reduce methane emissions, states have already significantly reduced those emissions without unnecessary federal oversight or intervention. In fact, since 1990, oil and natural […]

  • Officials Talk Energy Issues at Marietta College Forum

    Consumer Energy Alliance’s Ohio Valley Energy and Manufacturing forum, which discussed how businesses are responding and expanding due to increased pipeline infrastructure construction and energy exploration, received extensive coverage by the Marietta Times. “What the Consumer Energy Alliance is doing, being a non-partisan group, is supporting job growth in our area,” he said. “It’s about […]

    • Consumer Energy Alliance Applauds Federal Action to Strengthen U.S. Energy Security

      WASHINGTON – Consumer Energy Alliance (CEA) President David Holt today released the following statement applauding U.S. President Donald Trump’s executive action to examine new opportunities for domestic energy production and remove barriers to development that were imposed in recent years. “Today’s announcement is a welcome departure from restrictive actions taken by the prior administration, which […]

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      CEA Commends Southern Texas Town for Bringing Energy Jobs, Manufacturing to Texas

      HOUSTON — Consumer Energy Alliance (CEA) President David Holt released the following statement commending San Patricio County and the town of Portland, Texas for its support of a new ethane steam cracker – a project that will bring thousands of jobs and economic opportunities – to the region. The new ExxonMobil facility, projected to be […]

    • Tell Congress to Reverse Federal Regulations That Hurt Ohio Families and Small Businesses!

      Last year, the Obama administration released a methane rule that would negatively impact families and small businesses across the country, including right here in the Buckeye State. While Washington’s aim was to reduce methane emissions, states have already significantly reduced those emissions without unnecessary federal oversight or intervention. In fact, since 1990, oil and natural […]

    • Officials Talk Energy Issues at Marietta College Forum

      Consumer Energy Alliance’s Ohio Valley Energy and Manufacturing forum, which discussed how businesses are responding and expanding due to increased pipeline infrastructure construction and energy exploration, received extensive coverage by the Marietta Times. “What the Consumer Energy Alliance is doing, being a non-partisan group, is supporting job growth in our area,” he said. “It’s about […]

      • Consumer Energy Alliance Applauds Federal Action to Strengthen U.S. Energy Security

        WASHINGTON – Consumer Energy Alliance (CEA) President David Holt today released the following statement applauding U.S. President Donald Trump’s executive action to examine new opportunities for domestic energy production and remove barriers to development that were imposed in recent years. “Today’s announcement is a welcome departure from restrictive actions taken by the prior administration, which […]

      • Texas Flag

        CEA Commends Southern Texas Town for Bringing Energy Jobs, Manufacturing to Texas

        HOUSTON — Consumer Energy Alliance (CEA) President David Holt released the following statement commending San Patricio County and the town of Portland, Texas for its support of a new ethane steam cracker – a project that will bring thousands of jobs and economic opportunities – to the region. The new ExxonMobil facility, projected to be […]

      • Tell Congress to Reverse Federal Regulations That Hurt Ohio Families and Small Businesses!

        Last year, the Obama administration released a methane rule that would negatively impact families and small businesses across the country, including right here in the Buckeye State. While Washington’s aim was to reduce methane emissions, states have already significantly reduced those emissions without unnecessary federal oversight or intervention. In fact, since 1990, oil and natural […]

      • Officials Talk Energy Issues at Marietta College Forum

        Consumer Energy Alliance’s Ohio Valley Energy and Manufacturing forum, which discussed how businesses are responding and expanding due to increased pipeline infrastructure construction and energy exploration, received extensive coverage by the Marietta Times. “What the Consumer Energy Alliance is doing, being a non-partisan group, is supporting job growth in our area,” he said. “It’s about […]

        • Consumer Energy Alliance Applauds Federal Action to Strengthen U.S. Energy Security

          WASHINGTON – Consumer Energy Alliance (CEA) President David Holt today released the following statement applauding U.S. President Donald Trump’s executive action to examine new opportunities for domestic energy production and remove barriers to development that were imposed in recent years. “Today’s announcement is a welcome departure from restrictive actions taken by the prior administration, which […]

        • Texas Flag

          CEA Commends Southern Texas Town for Bringing Energy Jobs, Manufacturing to Texas

          HOUSTON — Consumer Energy Alliance (CEA) President David Holt released the following statement commending San Patricio County and the town of Portland, Texas for its support of a new ethane steam cracker – a project that will bring thousands of jobs and economic opportunities – to the region. The new ExxonMobil facility, projected to be […]

        • Tell Congress to Reverse Federal Regulations That Hurt Ohio Families and Small Businesses!

          Last year, the Obama administration released a methane rule that would negatively impact families and small businesses across the country, including right here in the Buckeye State. While Washington’s aim was to reduce methane emissions, states have already significantly reduced those emissions without unnecessary federal oversight or intervention. In fact, since 1990, oil and natural […]

        • Officials Talk Energy Issues at Marietta College Forum

          Consumer Energy Alliance’s Ohio Valley Energy and Manufacturing forum, which discussed how businesses are responding and expanding due to increased pipeline infrastructure construction and energy exploration, received extensive coverage by the Marietta Times. “What the Consumer Energy Alliance is doing, being a non-partisan group, is supporting job growth in our area,” he said. “It’s about […]

          • Consumer Energy Alliance Applauds Federal Action to Strengthen U.S. Energy Security

            WASHINGTON – Consumer Energy Alliance (CEA) President David Holt today released the following statement applauding U.S. President Donald Trump’s executive action to examine new opportunities for domestic energy production and remove barriers to development that were imposed in recent years. “Today’s announcement is a welcome departure from restrictive actions taken by the prior administration, which […]

          • Texas Flag

            CEA Commends Southern Texas Town for Bringing Energy Jobs, Manufacturing to Texas

            HOUSTON — Consumer Energy Alliance (CEA) President David Holt released the following statement commending San Patricio County and the town of Portland, Texas for its support of a new ethane steam cracker – a project that will bring thousands of jobs and economic opportunities – to the region. The new ExxonMobil facility, projected to be […]

          • Tell Congress to Reverse Federal Regulations That Hurt Ohio Families and Small Businesses!

            Last year, the Obama administration released a methane rule that would negatively impact families and small businesses across the country, including right here in the Buckeye State. While Washington’s aim was to reduce methane emissions, states have already significantly reduced those emissions without unnecessary federal oversight or intervention. In fact, since 1990, oil and natural […]

          • Officials Talk Energy Issues at Marietta College Forum

            Consumer Energy Alliance’s Ohio Valley Energy and Manufacturing forum, which discussed how businesses are responding and expanding due to increased pipeline infrastructure construction and energy exploration, received extensive coverage by the Marietta Times. “What the Consumer Energy Alliance is doing, being a non-partisan group, is supporting job growth in our area,” he said. “It’s about […]

            • Consumer Energy Alliance Applauds Federal Action to Strengthen U.S. Energy Security

              WASHINGTON – Consumer Energy Alliance (CEA) President David Holt today released the following statement applauding U.S. President Donald Trump’s executive action to examine new opportunities for domestic energy production and remove barriers to development that were imposed in recent years. “Today’s announcement is a welcome departure from restrictive actions taken by the prior administration, which […]

            • Texas Flag

              CEA Commends Southern Texas Town for Bringing Energy Jobs, Manufacturing to Texas

              HOUSTON — Consumer Energy Alliance (CEA) President David Holt released the following statement commending San Patricio County and the town of Portland, Texas for its support of a new ethane steam cracker – a project that will bring thousands of jobs and economic opportunities – to the region. The new ExxonMobil facility, projected to be […]

            • Tell Congress to Reverse Federal Regulations That Hurt Ohio Families and Small Businesses!

              Last year, the Obama administration released a methane rule that would negatively impact families and small businesses across the country, including right here in the Buckeye State. While Washington’s aim was to reduce methane emissions, states have already significantly reduced those emissions without unnecessary federal oversight or intervention. In fact, since 1990, oil and natural […]

            • Officials Talk Energy Issues at Marietta College Forum

              Consumer Energy Alliance’s Ohio Valley Energy and Manufacturing forum, which discussed how businesses are responding and expanding due to increased pipeline infrastructure construction and energy exploration, received extensive coverage by the Marietta Times. “What the Consumer Energy Alliance is doing, being a non-partisan group, is supporting job growth in our area,” he said. “It’s about […]

              • Consumer Energy Alliance Applauds Federal Action to Strengthen U.S. Energy Security

                WASHINGTON – Consumer Energy Alliance (CEA) President David Holt today released the following statement applauding U.S. President Donald Trump’s executive action to examine new opportunities for domestic energy production and remove barriers to development that were imposed in recent years. “Today’s announcement is a welcome departure from restrictive actions taken by the prior administration, which […]

              • Texas Flag

                CEA Commends Southern Texas Town for Bringing Energy Jobs, Manufacturing to Texas

                HOUSTON — Consumer Energy Alliance (CEA) President David Holt released the following statement commending San Patricio County and the town of Portland, Texas for its support of a new ethane steam cracker – a project that will bring thousands of jobs and economic opportunities – to the region. The new ExxonMobil facility, projected to be […]

              • Tell Congress to Reverse Federal Regulations That Hurt Ohio Families and Small Businesses!

                Last year, the Obama administration released a methane rule that would negatively impact families and small businesses across the country, including right here in the Buckeye State. While Washington’s aim was to reduce methane emissions, states have already significantly reduced those emissions without unnecessary federal oversight or intervention. In fact, since 1990, oil and natural […]

              • Officials Talk Energy Issues at Marietta College Forum

                Consumer Energy Alliance’s Ohio Valley Energy and Manufacturing forum, which discussed how businesses are responding and expanding due to increased pipeline infrastructure construction and energy exploration, received extensive coverage by the Marietta Times. “What the Consumer Energy Alliance is doing, being a non-partisan group, is supporting job growth in our area,” he said. “It’s about […]

                • Consumer Energy Alliance Applauds Federal Action to Strengthen U.S. Energy Security

                  WASHINGTON – Consumer Energy Alliance (CEA) President David Holt today released the following statement applauding U.S. President Donald Trump’s executive action to examine new opportunities for domestic energy production and remove barriers to development that were imposed in recent years. “Today’s announcement is a welcome departure from restrictive actions taken by the prior administration, which […]

                • Texas Flag

                  CEA Commends Southern Texas Town for Bringing Energy Jobs, Manufacturing to Texas

                  HOUSTON — Consumer Energy Alliance (CEA) President David Holt released the following statement commending San Patricio County and the town of Portland, Texas for its support of a new ethane steam cracker – a project that will bring thousands of jobs and economic opportunities – to the region. The new ExxonMobil facility, projected to be […]

                • Tell Congress to Reverse Federal Regulations That Hurt Ohio Families and Small Businesses!

                  Last year, the Obama administration released a methane rule that would negatively impact families and small businesses across the country, including right here in the Buckeye State. While Washington’s aim was to reduce methane emissions, states have already significantly reduced those emissions without unnecessary federal oversight or intervention. In fact, since 1990, oil and natural […]

                • Officials Talk Energy Issues at Marietta College Forum

                  Consumer Energy Alliance’s Ohio Valley Energy and Manufacturing forum, which discussed how businesses are responding and expanding due to increased pipeline infrastructure construction and energy exploration, received extensive coverage by the Marietta Times. “What the Consumer Energy Alliance is doing, being a non-partisan group, is supporting job growth in our area,” he said. “It’s about […]

                  • Consumer Energy Alliance Applauds Federal Action to Strengthen U.S. Energy Security

                    WASHINGTON – Consumer Energy Alliance (CEA) President David Holt today released the following statement applauding U.S. President Donald Trump’s executive action to examine new opportunities for domestic energy production and remove barriers to development that were imposed in recent years. “Today’s announcement is a welcome departure from restrictive actions taken by the prior administration, which […]

                  • Texas Flag

                    CEA Commends Southern Texas Town for Bringing Energy Jobs, Manufacturing to Texas

                    HOUSTON — Consumer Energy Alliance (CEA) President David Holt released the following statement commending San Patricio County and the town of Portland, Texas for its support of a new ethane steam cracker – a project that will bring thousands of jobs and economic opportunities – to the region. The new ExxonMobil facility, projected to be […]

                  • Tell Congress to Reverse Federal Regulations That Hurt Ohio Families and Small Businesses!

                    Last year, the Obama administration released a methane rule that would negatively impact families and small businesses across the country, including right here in the Buckeye State. While Washington’s aim was to reduce methane emissions, states have already significantly reduced those emissions without unnecessary federal oversight or intervention. In fact, since 1990, oil and natural […]

                  • Officials Talk Energy Issues at Marietta College Forum

                    Consumer Energy Alliance’s Ohio Valley Energy and Manufacturing forum, which discussed how businesses are responding and expanding due to increased pipeline infrastructure construction and energy exploration, received extensive coverage by the Marietta Times. “What the Consumer Energy Alliance is doing, being a non-partisan group, is supporting job growth in our area,” he said. “It’s about […]

                    • Consumer Energy Alliance Applauds Federal Action to Strengthen U.S. Energy Security

                      WASHINGTON – Consumer Energy Alliance (CEA) President David Holt today released the following statement applauding U.S. President Donald Trump’s executive action to examine new opportunities for domestic energy production and remove barriers to development that were imposed in recent years. “Today’s announcement is a welcome departure from restrictive actions taken by the prior administration, which […]

                    • Texas Flag

                      CEA Commends Southern Texas Town for Bringing Energy Jobs, Manufacturing to Texas

                      HOUSTON — Consumer Energy Alliance (CEA) President David Holt released the following statement commending San Patricio County and the town of Portland, Texas for its support of a new ethane steam cracker – a project that will bring thousands of jobs and economic opportunities – to the region. The new ExxonMobil facility, projected to be […]

                    • Tell Congress to Reverse Federal Regulations That Hurt Ohio Families and Small Businesses!

                      Last year, the Obama administration released a methane rule that would negatively impact families and small businesses across the country, including right here in the Buckeye State. While Washington’s aim was to reduce methane emissions, states have already significantly reduced those emissions without unnecessary federal oversight or intervention. In fact, since 1990, oil and natural […]

                    • Officials Talk Energy Issues at Marietta College Forum

                      Consumer Energy Alliance’s Ohio Valley Energy and Manufacturing forum, which discussed how businesses are responding and expanding due to increased pipeline infrastructure construction and energy exploration, received extensive coverage by the Marietta Times. “What the Consumer Energy Alliance is doing, being a non-partisan group, is supporting job growth in our area,” he said. “It’s about […]