CEA Midwest

With growing domestic energy production, the American Midwest is resurgent. CEA Midwest gives a voice to midwest manufacturers and other job creators benefitting from new opportunities afforded by energy production.

energy

Energy Officials Push Back on Biden’s Fracking Comment During Debate

As blanket bans on fracking continue to be a topic of conversation at debates, the devastation on economies that depend on the energy industry...
fracking

Banning Fracking Would be Bad News for Ohioans

As we've previously reported, a fracking ban in Ohio would be devastating to the economy. Recently, the Heartland Institute wrote a comprehensive piece on...
fracking

Proposed Fracking Bans on Shaky Economic Ground

Chris Ventura, Consumer Energy Alliance's Midwest Director goes in-depth on the impact of a fracking ban in Ohio. "A fracking ban is headline-grabbing foolishness bordering...
ohio

Ohio: Over $15 Billion of Investments Made on Natural Gas Power Plants

As Consumer Energy Alliance reported in September, Ohio's emissions have cut faster than the national average. Chris Ventura, Ohio Executive Director for CEA, backs...
west virginia

West Virginia Must Reconfigure Its Role in Providing America’s Energy for the Future

The rhetoric of anti-energy activists ignores the very real benefits that natural gas production brings to the families and small businesses of West Virginia. "Natural...
dapl

Nation’s Largest Consumer Group Shares its Support for DAPL Expansion

Columbus, OH – Consumer Energy Alliance (CEA), the leading consumer energy advocate, released the following statement as the Illinois Commerce Commission (ICC) considers an...
kentucky

Turning Appalachian Trail Into a Green Wall

Consumer Energy Alliance's Brydon Ross takes a stand on red tape created by anti-energy activists in the Appalachian Trail area. "The idea that the 2,200-mile...
gas

Local Gas Prices Start Dropping Due to Coronavirus Outbreak

Gas prices in Parkersburg, West Virginia dropped 10 cents per gallon over the weekend. Midwest Executive Director of CEA, Chris Ventura explains how this...
line 5

Line 5 is the Wrong Villain in Michigan, Let the Tunnel Project Move Forward

Continued outrage from extreme anti-energy activists causes unsafe delay at the cost of taxpayers. The Line 5 project was deemed constitutional, and voters support...
natural gas

Natural Gas: Why U.S. Leads World in Cutting Emissions

Anti-energy activists have created more chaos, only hurting families and small businesses on a budget, by wrongfully villainizing natural gas without fact-checking first. Most...