CEA Mid-Atlantic

As a resurgent manufacturing hub and new energy producing region, the Mid-Atlantic is a key chapter for CEA. We work to get consumers, manufacturing interests, labor, and small businesses engaged in the ever-growing discussion on energy in states like Pennsylvania, Maryland, West Virginia and Virginia.

pennsylvania

Pennsylvania: Candidates, Mayor Should Adopt Commonsense Approach to Energy

Consumer Energy Alliance Mid-Atlantic Director, Mike Butler continues to work across Pennsylvania and party lines advocating for sensible energy policy. "Unfortunately, this is trickling down...
New York

FERC: New York DEC Waived CWA Authority in Millennium Pipeline Filing

CEA's David Holt weighs in on the New York State Department of Environmental Conservation decision to waive authority over whether to issue or deny...
Energy in Pennsylvania

Our Communities Need Pipelines

CEA's Mid-Atlantic Regional Director Mike Butler describes the massive benefits of Pennsylvania's Marcellus shale play. As Butler explains, "drilling is just the beginning," and...

Energy Alliance: Fracking Is Not a ‘Four-Letter Word’

90.5 WESA | Pittsburgh's NPR News Station: Energy Alliance: Fracking Is Not a 'Four-Letter Word' An energy supply and consumption watchdog group is taking its fight...
louisiana

Louisiana Energy Industry Drives Other State Sectors, Too

Kaitlin Schmidtke, CEA's Louisiana State Director, explores how oil and natural gas and their delivery are vital to other state sectors like agriculture, manufacturing...
federal

NJ: Better Together With Natural Gas, Renewable Energy

CEA Mid-Atlantic Executive Director examines New Jersey's Energy Master Plan and how forcing out the use of natural gas will make it more difficult...
pipeline

Gov. Cuomo, Approve This Pipeline

New York Governor Andrew Cuomo and his administration's decision to block the Williams pipeline is resulting in adverse impacts on New York families, businesses,...
Families, Communities and Finances: The Consequences of Denying Critical Pipeline Infrastructure

Report: U.S. Will Lose One-Third of its Electricity Generation Capacity Without More Infrastructure

A new report released today by Consumer Energy Alliance (CEA) found that rejecting pipeline infrastructure would remove almost one-third of U.S. electricity generation capacity...
car

A Pathway to Environmental and Economic Wins

The positive economic and environmental impacts of Royal Dutch Shell’s petrochemical complex in Potter Township, Beaver County are clear: ...Many of the materials we use...

Almost $14 Billion in Ready Investment to Fuel Post-COVID Economic Recovery at Risk, Report...

WASHINGTON, D.C.  – Delays, obstruction or cancellation of pipeline infrastructure projects are threatening at least $13.6 billion in economic activity, over 66,000 jobs and...