• The Beaufort Sea via Shutterstock

    An Ice-Cold Regulatory Climate

    CEA President David Holt recently penned an editorial on arctic energy production for Real Clear Energy writing, “Late last year a second major oil company was forced to abandon plans to drill in the Arctic Ocean off the coast of Alaska – and irresponsible, high-fiving anti-development activists, most of whom live thousands of miles away and will […]

  • Consumer Energy Alliance Welcomes New Member: Poten & Partners

    HOUSTON – Consumer Energy Alliance (CEA) is pleased to welcome Poten & Partners as its newest affiliate member. With more than 75 years in the energy and shipping sectors, Poten & Partners has a global team of experienced brokers, commercial and technical consultants and business intelligence professionals. Poten has extensive experience in and deep knowledge […]

  • CEA Holds Offshore Energy Forum in Atlanta

    Today, Consumer Energy Alliance (CEA) hosted the 2015 Atlantic Energy Forum in Atlanta, Georgia featuring Abigail Ross Hopper, Director of the Bureau of Ocean Energy Management, state officials, and members of the business and environmental community. The event is the third of a four part series that gathers industry stakeholders from various trade associations, companies, […]

  • 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, […]

  • CEA Statement on Obama’s Keystone XL Pipeline Rejection

    In response to today’s announcement by President Barack Obama rejecting the Keystone XL pipeline, Consumer Energy Alliance (CEA) Executive Vice President Michael Whatley issued the following statement: “Consumer Energy Alliance joins American energy consumers across the nation in expressing their deep disappointment in President Obama’s decision to reject the Keystone XL pipeline. In doing so, […]

  • Consumer Energy Alliance Welcomes New Member: Methanol Institute

    HOUSTON – Consumer Energy Alliance (CEA) is pleased to welcome Methanol Institute as its newest affiliate member. The Methanol Institute (MI) serves as the global trade association for one of the world’s most vibrant and innovative industries. Founded in 1989 to lobby the U.S. Congress in support of methanol fuel markets, MI now serves its […]

  • CEA Continues Atlantic Energy Forum Series

    Today, Consumer Energy Alliance (CEA) hosted the 2015 Atlantic Energy Forum in Columbia, South Carolina, featuring Abigail Ross Hopper, Director of the Bureau of Ocean Energy Management, among other distinguished panelists. The event is the second of a four part series that gathers industry stakeholders from various trade associations, companies, environmental groups, and government agencies […]

  • CEA Texas A&M Student Energy Discussion Series

    In conjunction with its university partners, Consumer Energy Alliance on Wednesday held its second Texas A&M Student Energy Discussion Series event in College Station, TX. Roughly 100 A&M students joined CEA for a panel discussion focused on energy innovations and solutions for meeting our 21st century energy needs.  Panelists discussed population and energy usage trends, […]

  • CEA Statement on Final Publication of EPA’s Clean Power Plan

    Consumer Energy Alliance President, David Holt released this statement following the publication of the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency’s Rule 111(d): ‘Clean Power Plan’ in the Federal Register: “Consumer Energy Alliance was disappointed that the Administration and EPA failed to give credence to the ‘Clean Power Plan’s’ impact on energy consumers, grid reliability, and manufacturers when […]