CEA Mid-Continent

The Mid-Continent is not only rich in resources but is an area that refines most of our counties oil and natural gas. It is also home to Texas, which is the largest producer of wind power in the country.

Rule of Law

CEA's David Holt recently discussed how the regulatory process for infrastructure construction, when used to achieve political ends, harms families and energy consumers across...

Energy’s Growth Vital to Ports, Economy

Gary LaGrange of the Port of New Orleans discusses what initiatives, like Consumer Energy Alliance's Campaign for America's Energy , means for families and...

Mississippi Made Great Strides in 2017

CEA's Link Browder reflected on how Mississippi policy makers set the stage for economic growth by supporting policies that ensured energy affordability for families...
Louisiana Parade

Energy Costs Are Hurting Louisianians

Source - American Press As if paying for food, shelter, and other necessities wasn’t strenuous enough, high energy costs, paired with below-average incomes, are putting...
Mississippi Paddle Boat

Panelists at Consumer Group’s Offshore Forum: “Gulf Energy Critical to Mississippi”

BILOXI, MS - November 9, 2017 – Consumer Energy Alliance (CEA) hosted Federal officials and members of the business community in Biloxi today at...
gulf energy

Consumer Energy Alliance and Port of New Orleans Co-Host Gulf Energy Forum, Address Louisiana’s...

NEW ORLEANS, LA – Consumer Energy Alliance (CEA) and the Port of New Orleans co-hosted the 2017 Gulf Energy Forum in New Orleans yesterday,...
Energy Day Houston

A New Energy Day Festival, A New Attendance Record

HOUSTON – October 21, 2017 – Families, students, educators, and local industry leaders turned out in droves Saturday to set yet another attendance record...
Energy Day Houston

7th Annual Energy Day Festival in Houston

HOUSTON — Consumer Energy Alliance (CEA) and Consumer Energy Education Foundation (CEEF) will donate $10,000 to help Houston-area classrooms rebuild following Hurricane Harvey during...

Harvey Forces Major Texas Refineries to Shut Down, Raising Concerns About Gas Price Hikes

With Hurricane Harvey being downgraded to a tropical storm, CEA's David Holt was asked what families needing to purchase gas or diesel may see...

Devastation Caused By Hurricane Harvey Could Increase Gas Prices

International Business Times spoke with CEA President David Holt on impact Hurricane Harvey may have on energy prices. “In the Texas Gulf region, we are...

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