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.

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Lack of Civility Not New to Energy

CEA President David Holt recently opined on the lack of civility and increasing lawlessness of anti-energy protesters (as we've documented multiple times - see...

Group Touts Natural Gas Savings, Wants More Pipeline Capacity, Fracking

CEA's Mike Butler looks at how New York's politicians are closing the door on providing families affordable energy as moratoriums on natural gas are...
pennsylvania

Pennsylvania: Legislators Approve Natural Gas Tax Credit

Pennsylvania legislators overwhelmingly voted yes on a bipartisan Energize PA Initiative on Wednesday, February 5. The measure will support the workers, families and businesses...
New Jersey

New Jersey Releases Energy Master Plan to Mixed Results

The New Jersey Energy Master Plan (EMP) was released on Monday, January 27. Several organizations question whether the plan is taking into account the...

We Need All Available Resources to Meet Our Energy Needs

CEA Mid-Atlantic Executive Director Mike Butler discusses the impact energy has on employment and economic development in Pennsylvania and the effect lower energy prices...
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Pipelines Help U.S. Electric Generation Gas Emissions Reach Lowest Levels Since 1990

CEA Mid-Atlantic's Mike Butler talks about CEA's latest report on emission reductions as a result of utilizing clean burning natural gas for power generation. “We...

Filling the Gap: ‘If it wouldn’t have been for this industry … unemployment for...

CEA's Pennsylvania Energy and Manufacturing Forum explored the benefits energy development has delivered to Pennsylvanians and workers across the region. You don't have to tell the...
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Gov. Wolf’s Severance Tax Would Be A Job Killer

CEA's Mike Butler addresses why Gov. Wolf's proposed severance tax on natural gas extraction would be a job killer in Pennsylvania. Instead of enacting more...
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PennEast Pipeline Promises Consumer Savings, But Courts Hold Up Process

The PennEast Pipeline Project would save consumers billions, but the Third U.S. Court of Appeals has been holding up those savings via eminent domain....

Energy Solutions Possible While Protecting Environment

CEA Mid-Atlantic Executive Director Mike Butler recently talked about how energy development with stringent environmental regulations in Pennsylvania has provided tremendous savings for families...