CEA Northeast

In 2015, limited natural gas supplies pushed the region’s prices 50% higher than the national average, while electricity rates were two-thirds higher across New England. CEA Northeast is dedicated to expanding infrastructure and diversifying the region’s energy supplies to decrease costs for families, small businesses, and manufacturers who depend on reliable, affordable energy.

Almost $14 Billion in Ready Investment to Fuel Post-COVID Economic Recovery at Risk, Report...

WASHINGTON, D.C.  – Delays, obstruction or cancellation of pipeline infrastructure projects are threatening at least $13.6 billion in economic activity, over 66,000 jobs and...

Post-Pandemic, a Sustained, Essential Recovery Will Depend on Energy

As states across the country begin to reopen, legislatures are grappling with high unemployment and busted budgets.  CEA's David Holt examines the importance of...

Supreme Court Clears Way for Gas Expansion to East Coast

CEA's David Holt commented on today's U.S. Supreme Court's 7-2 decision throwing out a 4th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals’ ruling that blocked the...
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President Trump Is Right to Respond to Oil and Gas Warfare

The Trump Administration took a stance on boosting oil and gas prices in a counter move to manipulation from Saudi Arabia and Russia. CEA...
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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...
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Consumer Advocate Warns: Transportation & Climate Initiative Risks Adding Billions in Costs & Taxes...

WASHINGTON  - A newly proposed 12-state initiative put forth by an unaccountable quasi-public body run out of a private university in the name of...
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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...
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New York Needs Infrastructure For Natural Gas

Mike Butler of CEA advocates for building necessary infrastructure in New York for natural gas. The biggest reason is prices for consumers. New Yorkers spend...

Rhode Island Energy Costs Among the Worst in Nation

Brydon Ross, CEA Vice-President of State Affairs, discusses why Rhode Islanders face residential electricity rates 69% higher than the national average. These prices are the...
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Pipeline, FERC Protesters Forget About Protecting Environment

CEA President, David Holt, discusses why pipeline and FERC protestors undermine the very environmental goals that they set out to advocate for – as...