The Rocky Mountain Region boasts not only majestic views, but a vast landscape for energy development across a diverse set of states. This region is home to a plethora of natural coal and mineral seams, sandstone, shale, and tight rock along with enough sun and wind to supply families and businesses with an ample amount of affordable energy now and in the future.

Because of the vast open spaces, the Rocky Mountain Region bodes well for industry, development and tourism outside of the major cities that run along the long stretched mountain range. CEA works in the region to provide support to families and households as well as small and energy intensive businesses that provide jobs to locals in the area.

With new and burgeoning industries, the Rocky Mountain Region will continue to grow and CEA will continue to work with families and businesses in the region to maintain an affordable energy future for local communities, while also enjoying the beauty the region has to offer.

  • West Slope Fuels Manufacturing and Maybe Exporting

    CEA Rockies recently put together a discussion on the importance of domestic energy production and manufacturing. Natural gas production in Western Colorado fuels domestic manufacturing and could play an important role in exporting, per representatives from three companies who joined in a panel discussion in Grand Junction. The Unconventional Energy Center at CMU joined with […]

  • Panel to Discuss Revival of Local Energy Industry

    Consumer Energy Alliance will be co-hosting a forum on the importance of energy to northwest Colorado. Key players in the possible renaissance of the natural gas industry in northwest Colorado will discuss how best to move ahead with development in a panel discussion Friday at Colorado Mesa University. Read more – The Daily Sentinel

  • Without More Pipelines, Scary Economic Scenarios Become Real

    CEA’s David Holt was featured in Real Clear Energy discussing how pipelines contribute to ensuring financial stability for families. Energy costs are “affordable” up until a certain point. That tipping point, experts agree, is when costs exceed 6 percent of a household’s income. Despite the occasional moans and groans when paying the utility bill, like […]

  • Solving Energy and Environmental Issues With Rational Energy Policy

    CEA’s Andrew Browning discusses the importance of energy and environmental policy to Colorado’s small businesses and farmers. Susan Sarandon outside the U.S. District Court in Washington. Shailene Woodley and Rosario Dawson at Union Square in New York. Karenna Gore in Boston. They all have used their household names recently to protest pipelines, make headlines and […]

  • Carbon Emissions Down to Lowest Levels in 25 Years – Thanks to the Energy Revolution

    Concerned about air emissions? Here’s some good news – emissions in the United States are dropping and have been dropping due to the increased use of natural gas. In fact, U.S. carbon emissions are on track to be the lowest in almost 25 years. The federal Energy Information Administration (EIA) reported in October that carbon […]

  • CEA Issues Statement on Dakota Access Pipeline Decision

    Houston, TX — David Holt, president of Consumer Energy Alliance (CEA), issued the below statement on President Obama’s decision to deny a construction easement for the Dakota Access Pipeline to cross the Missouri River in North Dakota. The project, already 92 percent complete, has received all its required federal and statement permits, but final construction […]

  • Give New Leadership and Energy a Chance

    CEA President David Holt was featured in RealClear Energy discussing the results of the 2016 Presidential Election and its impact on energy policy. The silent majority, which includes working-class families, union workers, seniors, and households living below the poverty level, want the economic and environmental benefits America’s energy revolution can provide, like jobs, lower electric […]

  • When Conversations Turn Violent

    CEA President David Holt was featured in the Washington Examiner after anti-energy extremists deliberately attempted to shut down critical energy infrastructure, endangering not only first responders, but families, and the environment at risk. These coordinated eco-terrorist attacks could have been catastrophic. These groups are shifting from peaceful to increasingly violent protests — and it must stop. We […]

  • U.S. West Coast LNG Exports Problematic Amid Shifting Supply-Demand, Say Experts

    CEA’s Andrew Browning was a featured panelist at the LDC Gas Forum. The long stalled – and final – proposed U.S. West Coast liquefied natural gas (LNG) export project was little more than an afterthought at a regional gas conference in Denver on Tuesday, where a panel of experts gave their views on the shifting […]