• U.S. House Moves Keystone Pipeline Forward

    The U.S. House of Representatives approved legislation to build the Keystone XL pipeline. That’s good news for millions of American consumers yearning to keep more of their hard-earned dollars in their pockets, says Michael Whatley, executive vice president of Consumer Energy Alliance, in a story published by WOWT in Omaha, Neb. By a large margin, […]

  • Energy Day Festival Links Future Generations with Future Prosperity

    The U.S. Dept. of Labor announced in October that thenumber of job openings in the U.S. has reached 4.8 million, the highest since January 2001. In addition, a recent report by Manpower, a worldwide staffing company, predicted that the number of jobs in the energy sector, unquestionably one of the nation’s fastest growing industries, would nearly double […]

  • For President Obama, Responsible Development Should be Job #1 in the Arctic

    In National Journal, Consumer Energy Alliance President David Holt responds to the question “Can Arctic Drilling Be Done Safely?” with a resounding yes, outlining how responsible arctic development is paramount in ensuring West Coast energy stability and national energy security. The U.S. Arctic holds tremendous potential to enhance U.S. energy security, generate more than 50,000 […]

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    Americans Stress Need for Sensible Arctic Energy Rules

    For the fourth time this year, Consumer Energy Alliance (CEA) has helped Americans support an all-of-the-above energy policy that includes a robust offshore energy program. In its latest effort, CEA has gathered over 87,000 grassroots comments conveying the need for sensible regulations on Arctic energy exploration and warning that the U.S. Department of Interior’s (DOI) […]

  • CEA President Discusses Energy on Houston Radio

    On Feb 10th, CEA President David Holt sat down with Michael Berry on Houston’s KTRH to discuss energy policy for a full hour. The discussion covered everything from oil prices, to hydraulic fracturing and offshore energy production. Listen below-    

  • Fracking bans in cities hurt everyone

    When groups take the irresponsible and uneducated position of saying no to energy development, everyone – especially those in oil-rich Texas communities – lose, CEA President David Holt says in an op-ed published in The Bryan-College Station Eagle. On Nov. 4, the voters of Denton made history. They approved a fracking ban within the city […]

  • Walker, Sullivan need to take Alaska’s energy message south

    In an op-ed that ran in the Alaska Dispatch News, Carl Portman, deputy director of the Resource Development Council for Alaska, and David Holt, president of Consumer Energy Alliance, discuss how Gov. Bill Walker and Sen. Dan Sullivan can galvanize support for sustainable Alaskan energy among the Lower 48 state governors and all members of Congress. […]

  • CEA’s Engagement in Wisconsin

    As a part of its overall goal to ensure the increased production of domestic energy, lower energy prices and increased energy security, Consumer Energy Alliance (CEA) engages in many state-level campaigns across the country. Unfortunately, our recent efforts to promote a more fair and equitable system for electricity ratepayers in Wisconsin have drawn the ire […]

  • In the News: Colorado Energy Forum

    Review press coverage of the Colorado Energy Forum, held on October 14, 2014 in Westminster, C.O. featuring remarks from U.S. Senator Mark Udall, Governor John Hickenlooper, Rep. Cory Gardner, and former U.S. Rep. Bob Beauprez. Read a recap here or access video of the forum here. Wall Street Journal – Democrats Bet on Climate Issue in Colorado Senate Race […]

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    Recap: Colorado Energy Forum

    Westminster, Colo. – Candidates vying for top office in Colorado told the Colorado Energy Forum on Tuesday that its state can find sensible ways to develop its energy resources. U.S. Sen. Mark Udall and Gov. John Hickenlooper shared the stage with their challengers, U.S. Rep. Cory Gardner and former U.S. Rep. Bob Beauprez, to lay out their […]