CEA Midwest

With growing domestic energy production, the American Midwest is experiencing a resurgence in economic growth. CEA Midwest gives a voice to Midwest manufacturers and other job creators benefitting from new opportunities afforded by energy production.

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Consumer Group Expresses Disappointment, Again, After Governor Renews Challenge to Independent Regulatory Panel’s Approval...

Minneapolis, MN – Consumer Energy Alliance (CEA) Midwest Director Chris Ventura, again, expressed the organization's disappointment after Governor Walz refiled the state’s appeal, led...

Families, Businesses Will Benefit from Line 3

CEA's Midwest Executive Director, Chris Ventura, talks about the latest extremist tactic designed to deny Minnesota's families access to the energy they need to...
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Impact of Energy-Friendly Washington on Energy Industry

Oklahoma Energy Today continues it's interview with CEA's Tommy Foltz on the impact of the 2016 election and energy policy. When it comes to the...
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From Wind Projects to Pipelines: Energy Policymakers Play Games With Funds

David Holt, Consumer Energy Alliance President, talked about the unnecessary politicization of energy policy which has stalled development of projects like Cape Wind, an...

Whitmer Administration Finally Acknowledges Michigan’s Energy Needs, But Falls Short on Solutions

Lansing, MI – Following the release of Gov. Gretchen Whitmer's plan to ensure the state’s supply of propane as her administration looks to prematurely...

Stand With Minnesotans

With extremists becoming increasingly violent and willing to sabotage critical energy infrastructure in Minnesota and other states, CEA's Chris Ventura discusses why it is...
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Court Refuses to Block Dakota Access As Pipeline Protests Expand

CEA's Brydon Ross was interviewed regarding the extralegal actions taken by the Obama administration for infrastructure permitting. “We remain concerned that what’s happened with the...
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Without More Pipelines, Scary Economic Scenarios Become Real

CEA's David Holt was featured in Real Clear Energy discussing how pipelines contribute to ensuring financial stability for families. Energy costs are “affordable” up until...
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A Solution in Search of a Problem – Don’t Mess with Missouri’s Electricity Market

Turning over power on policy from any state to the federal government is already a controversial stance, but when it comes to energy policy...

Infrastructure Supports Affordable Energy

Chris Ventura, CEA's Midwest Executive Director discusses how infrastructure such as pipelines and transmission lines allow for economic growth in Ohio's manufacturing sector. This low-cost...