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.

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Alliance Report Says Further Rejection of Pipelines Will Reduce Electricity Generation

CEA's latest report, Families, Communities and Finances: The Consequences of Denying Critical Pipeline Infrastructure was discussed on the Radio Oklahoma Network. Oklahoma and Texas and other states...

Support Offshore Exploration for Energy

With conversations on offshore energy exploration happening across the state, CEA's Link Browder looks at the possible benefits continued development in the Gulf will...
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Leaders Need to Step up Stem Education

CEA President David Holt is featured in the Houston Business Journal discussing the importance of STEM education. According to the National Center for Education Statistics,...

A New Federal Posture Seeks to Lower Barriers to Offshore Exploration and Production

With the recent conclusion of the Offshore Technology Conference, CEA's Brent Greenfield provided his thoughts on how we can continue the American energy renaissance...
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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...
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Economy Still Suffering Because of Down Oil and Gas Industry

CEA's David Holt appeared on Houston's Morning News to talk about energy and the economy. Houston's Morning News with Matt Patrick and welcomes David Holt,...
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Energy Festival Keeps Focus on STEM

CEA's Energy Day was featured in E&P. When it comes to educating children, there is still a lot of buzz around science, technology, engineering and...

Energy Day Festival

Since its inception in 2011, Energy Day, the largest free festival of its kind, has helped spark Houston-area students’ interest in science, technology, engineering,...

Allday: Let’s Not Grind Our Roads to Ruin

Writing for the Corpus Christi Caller-Times, Marty Allday says Texas needs to increase road and infrastructure funding to continue its economic growth. The Texas Department...
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Low Energy Costs Help Louisiana

CEA's Link Browder recently took a look at how Louisianans are benefiting from low cost energy as a result of increasing energy production. The start...
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