Regional Chapters

Georgia Families and Households Need a 21st Century Grid

Georgians Need Smarter, More Capable Electric Infrastructure to Ensure Reliability and Keep Prices Low Making Investments Today, to Improve Tomorrow You may not realize it, but...

New Mexico Oil Boom to Continue, More Infrastructure Needed

New Mexico's oil and gas industry boom is expected to continue growing at record rates. With that, infrastructure across the state will be needed...

Voters Seek More Information from State Attorney General About Line 5 Project

CEA Michigan State Director, Chris Ventura discusses why it's important for Michigan Attorney General Dana Nessel to provide the facts of Line 5 to...
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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...

An Oil Pipeline Approved Without Controversy in Minnesota? Seems So

While political theatre is common-place around the approval of pipelines, Enbridge's Line 4 receives the green light. "Enbridge received the green light to reroute a...
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We Must Support the American Pipeline Build-Out

Thanks to poor politics, natural gas shortages in states like New York are becoming the norm. While anti-energy activists declare this a "win", people...

New Jersey’s Energy Safety Net is in Trouble

CEA Mike Butler explains how bad energy policy has led to unaffordable energy prices for many New Jersey families, leading to another safety net...

New Mexico’s Rural Communities Can’t Afford Higher Energy Prices

CEA's Victoria Gonzalez discusses how when the price of energy increases, New Mexican farmers have a harder time affording the watering of crops, fertilizers,...

County “Levelheaded” on Offshore Energy

Kudos are deserved for Brunswick County Board of Commissioners for keeping their neutral stance on offshore energy development: For starters, kudos to Commissioner Mike Forte...

New Jersey’s Energy Safety Net for Low-Income Families is Troubling Trend, Consumer Group Says

Trenton, NJ – The New Jersey Board of Public Utilities’ (NJBPU) announcement today that it is increasing the number of people eligible for help...
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