CEA Midwest

With growing domestic energy production, the American Midwest is resurgent. CEA Midwest gives a voice to midwest manufacturers and other job creators benefitting from new opportunities afforded by energy production.

Midwest Families

Energy Delivery Critical To a Healthy Midwest Economy

According to the Energy Information Administration (EIA), Midwesterners pay more for their electricity than the average American household in other parts of the country....
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Consumer Group to Nebraska Public Service Commission: Keystone XL a Win-Win, Economically and Environmentally

NORFOLK, NEBRASKA — Consumer Energy Alliance (CEA) Executive Vice President Michael Whatley released the following statement after testifying at a public hearing before the...

Consumer Energy Alliance Poll Finds West Virginia, Virginia and North Carolina Voters Support Atlantic...

Consumer Energy Alliance's latest poll on energy issues was featured on Daily Energy Insider. “As we’ve seen in years past, the success of those running...
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Most Voters in Three Mid-Atlantic States Back Pipelines, Poll Says

CEA recently conducted a poll on energy and infrastructure development which received wide media coverage. Majorities of voters in Virginia, West Virginia, and North Carolina...
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Poll Finds Virginia, West Virginia and North Carolina Voters Support Atlantic Coast Pipeline, More...

WASHINGTON, D.C. – A majority of voters in Virginia, West Virginia and North Carolina support the expansion of domestic energy production and infrastructure –...
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Why Keystone XL Would Be an Economic and Environmental Win

CEA's Michael Whatley discusses the economic and environmental benefits of constructing Keystone XL. The oil that Keystone XL will move daily from Canada and the...
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Keystone XL Is Economically, Environmentally Sound

CEA's Michael Whatley talks about the safety record of pipelines and how Keystone XL will benefit Nebraskans. Per industry analysis, 99.999 percent of oil and...
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SB 190 the Safe Choice

In Missouri, CEA's Brydon Ross discussed the importance of electric grid modernization. Missourians today expect more from their grid. They also expect the implementation of...

Forum Focuses on Energy Issues

CEA's Chris Ventura discussed how energy exploration and infrastructure construction in the Ohio Valley is helping to attract new businesses and revitalize communities. “Now, more...
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Supporters, Opponents Bring Familiar Arguments to 10-hour Public Hearing on Keystone XL Pipeline

Michael Whatley recently discussed the importance of pipeline infrastructure and how Keystone XL would help alleviate rail and traffic congestion for Nebraskans. The volume of oil...

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