CEA Gulf Coast

From oil and natural gas to solar and wind power, the Gulf Coast provides families and businesses with the affordable, reliable energy that fuels our lives. With an abundant supply of American made energy and feedstocks, CEA Gulf Coast lends a powerful voice to the reshoring of America’s petrochemical industry and the supply chain it requires.

OTC 2018: Energy Policy Pro, Officials See Better Government-Industry Ties

CEA's Brent Greenfield was interviewed at the Offshore Technology Conference “A more collaborative and cooperative approach between government and industry” marks the key legislative and...

Supporting the Path to Alabama’s Energy Recovery

Kaitlin Schmidtke, CEA Gulf Coast Executive Director, discusses the importance of energy produced in Alabama to the state's economic recovery. As the COVID-19 crisis simultaneously...
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Solar Incentives Support US Energy Goals

Brydon Ross, Vice President of State Affairs, was featured in Real Clear Energy discussing CEA's most recent solar energy report. Many state lawmakers and utility commissions nationwide...
energy

How to Prevent the Next Oil Crisis

CEA's latest report “Fueling America’s Energy Consumers” highlights the often-overlooked fact that oil and natural gas provide the majority of energy used in the transportation sector,...
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We Must Protect Our Electrical Grid

Recent hurricanes along the Gulf Coast have reinforced the need to modernize our critical energy infrastructure as CEA's Brent Greenfield discusses. We are fortunate to...
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Louisiana Should Support Energy Production for These Reasons

Smart energy policies have enabled small businesses and manufacturers across Louisiana to operate more cost-effectively and have contributed to increased disposable income for families...

Energy Affordability Must Be a Top Concern for Newly Elected

CEA President David Holt discusses the importance of affordable energy to those living below the poverty line and on fixed incomes and why it...

Much-needed Projects Often Linger in Limbo Because of Lack of Funding

CEA's Kaitlin Schmidtke talks about how regulatory certainty leading to energy development can attract new businesses to Alabama, bringing in new revenue for public...

Energy Headlines and Challenges to Watch for in 2019

CEA President David Holt previews the energy discussions and challenges that lie ahead in 2019, and what energy consumers - from families and small...

Expanding Pipeline, Refinery Capacity Helps Alabama Farmers

Kaitlin Schmidtke, CEA's Alabama State Director talks about the importance of affordable, reliable energy to Alabama's farmers and what we need to do to...