• Consumer Energy Alliance Welcomes New Member: NextOp

    HOUSTON – Consumer Energy Alliance (CEA) is pleased to welcome NextOp as its newest affiliate member. NextOp serves our nation’s hardworking veterans looking for careers in the energy industry by helping with job placement assistance, mentorship and support, we connect skilled mid-level service members with Gulf Coast employers in the energy, manufacturing, and industrial constructions […]

  • Alaska Energy Organizations Send Letter to President Obama

    Consumer Energy Alliance’s Alaska chapter this week signed on to a letter to President Obama ahead of his first ever visit to Alaska. Along with the Resource Development Council, the Alaska Support Industry Alliance, the Alaska Laborers Union and many other groups, the letter provides information for the President about how important natural resources are to the […]

  • Consumer Energy Alliance Welcomes New Member: Ohio AgriBusiness Association

    HOUSTON – Consumer Energy Alliance (CEA) is pleased to welcome the Ohio AgriBusiness Association (OABA) as its newest affiliate member. Established in the late 1800s, OABA represents more than 240 companies including manufacturers and suppliers of plant nutrient and protection materials, the grain warehousing and marketing industry, the feed and seed industry, as well as […]

  • Philadelphia: A future ‘Silicon Valley of energy research’?

    Michael Krancer, former Department of Environmental Protection in Pennsylvania, recently wrote about how he was often asked by his fellow Philadelphians, “What’s in it for me?” regarding shale energy development in the state. This is a great question for a city that has seen energy production and economic development occurring throughout the Northeast and Western […]

  • CEA Reaction to the Release of the EPA’s Clean Power Plan

    Consumer Energy Alliance President, David Holt released this statement following today’s release of the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency’s final Clean Power Plan: “Consumer Energy Alliance is disappointed that the White House failed to give significant consideration to the impacts to energy consumers in its final version of the Environmental Protection Agency’s ‘Clean Power Plan’ released […]

  • Consumer Energy Alliance Welcomes New Member: Crafton, Tull & Associates

    HOUSTON – Consumer Energy Alliance (CEA) is pleased to welcome the Crafton, Tull & Associates as its newest affiliate member. Since 2007, the Crafton Tull Energy Division has surveyed over 5,000 miles of pipeline right-of-way, staked over 5,000 well locations, and surveyed hundreds of square miles of ownership in Arkansas, Louisiana, Texas, Oklahoma, and Kansas. […]

  • Consumer Energy Alliance Welcomes New Member: Voovio

    HOUSTON – Consumer Energy Alliance (CEA) is pleased to welcome Voovio as its newest affiliate member. Voovio is a visualization technology that revolutionizes the way industrial companies manage their operations, maintenance, health & safety and training programs. Voovio is a completely new way to create realistic 3D replicas of physical assets, for example, refineries and […]

  • Consumer Energy Alliance Welcomes New Member: Great Lakes Maritime Task Force

    HOUSTON – Consumer Energy Alliance (CEA) is pleased to welcome the Great Lakes Maritime Task Force (GLMTF) as its newest affiliate member. GLMTF is the principal advocate for domestic and international shipping in the Great Lakes. Representing the Great Lakes shipping community, its members include U.S.-flag vessel operators, shipboard and longshore unions, port authorities, cargo […]