CEA Midwest recently hosted the West Virginia Energy and Manufacturing Forum in Wheeling, WV. This forum brought together elected and public officials, key labor and business leaders, academia, manufacturers and energy producers to discuss the importance of responsible energy development in the context of jobs, the economy, revitalization of the domestic manufacturing sector, and increased energy security and U.S. competitiveness for West Virginia.
U.S. Rep. David McKinley, R-W.Va., and Republican gubernatorial candidate Bill Cole were among those calling for a comprehensive national and local energy policy at the Consumer Energy Alliance’s West Virginia Energy and Manufacturing Forum in Wheeling, WV. The forum included state oil and gas executives and business leaders. Advocates spoke of the importance of recognizing the need for pipelines and other infrastructure to get energy to consumers, and less regulation to get the infrastructure built.
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