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.

Pipeline Drama Casts Shadow Over Oil Industry

CEA's Andrew Browning was interviewed by Wyoming  Public Radio following the North Dakota Petroleum Council's annual meeting. The Obama Administration’s decision to temporarily halt construction on...

Stop Hurting Environment American Energy Protecting

David Holt, CEA's President, addresses the recent increase in extremists attempting to sabotage or tamper with America's energy infrastructure - and the real, deadly...

CEA Supports Electricity Rate Fairness and Equality

All across the United States, CEA defines its number one priority as facilitating energy policy that results in reliable and affordable energy for consumers.  While...

Shale Boom, Pipelines a One-Two Punch in Knocking Out Air Pollution

David Holt reviews CEA's recent report, Increased Environmental Benefits from Pipelines & Energy Development for Nation and New York, which looks at how America has...

CEA’s Engagement in Wisconsin

As a part of its overall goal to ensure the increased production of domestic energy, lower energy prices and increased energy security, Consumer Energy...

Start Building More Pipelines Now

Increasing domestic energy production is straining our current energy infrastructure, leading to increased prices and displacing agricultural products on railways.  CEA Midwest Executive Director...
American oil refinery

‘Keep it in the Ground’: Not the Energy Plan We Need

CEA President David Holt was featured in RealClear Energy discussing how consumers have benefited from American energy production. America’s energy revolution has resulted in record-low...
Laborers working on pipeline

Erie-Ohio Pipeline Project Nears Completion

The $86 million Risberg Pipeline nears completion, great news for Ashtabula County and Ohio's industrial industries. The project is expected to employ 500 construction...

A Carroll County Comeback

. In a small office, surrounded by photos and memorabilia of General William Custer, sits the County Auditor of Carroll County Ohio. Mr. Leroy VanHorne...
Michigan Lighthouse

What Really Happens When You Say No to Infrastructure

CEA Midwest's Chris Ventura discusses the negative implications rejecting the maintenance and construction of energy infrastructure has on Michigan's families. A lack of adequate pipelines...
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