Cars on the production line

CEA’s recent report on the consequences of shutting down Line 5, which would lead to increasing fuel costs on Michigan families and businesses by more than 10%, was discussed in The Detroit News.

According to a study recently conducted by the Consumer Energy Alliance, closure of Line 5 would cost Michigan families and businesses an extra $1.8 to $2.2 billion for gasoline and diesel each year. That is unacceptable under any circumstances, but especially now with inflation reaching 40-year highs.


The extremist push to stop a safe energy infrastructure project is actually an extremist push to make you pay more at the pump. Remember that the next time you fill up the tank.

Read more – The Detroit News