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In a perfect world, the U.S. would be 100% oil independent. In today’s less-than-perfect world, tapping Canada for some of our energy needs would...

Southeast Energy Alliance Applauds Administration Announcement on Offshore Energy Development In Mid-Atlantic And South...

Fredericksburg, Va. – March 31, 2010   The Southeast Energy Alliance (SEA), a non-partisan energy coalition that includes farm bureaus, state manufacturing associations, chambers of...

West Virginia, Kentucky, Indiana Top 3 in Electricity Generation from Coal

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On Average, U.S. Consumers Paid 97% More for Energy in 2012 Than in 2000

Over the past 12 years, the average price paid by Americans for gasoline, electricity and other forms of energy rose 97.5 percent, the Consumer...

CEA Urges EPA to Prioritize Consumer Interests in Electricity Rulemaking

Today, Consumer Energy Alliance submitted comments to the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency on the Proposed Guidelines for Greenhouse Gas Emissions from Existing Electric Power Plants. CEA...

Six Reasons to Approve The Stalled Keystone XL Project

USA TODAY | Merrill Matthews The biggest mystery about the Keystone XL pipeline is why its final stage hasn't already been approved by the Obama...
Offshore oil platform in ocean

Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke Talks with CEA About America’s Offshore Potential at Houston’s Offshore...

Houston – Consumer Energy Alliance (CEA) President David Holt today hosted U.S. Department of the Interior (DOI) Secretary Ryan Zinke at the Offshore Technology...
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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...

Thousands in Iowa Call for Approval of Keystone XL

Thousands in Iowa Call for Approval of Keystone XL DES MOINES – Today the Iowa Motor Truck Association announced, in conjunction with Consumer Energy Alliance (CEA),...

Western Leaders Voice Concerns with EPA’s Proposed Carbon Emissions Regulations

Denver, Co. - Leaders from key consumer groups, businesses, seniors, and labor and public officials from the nation’s western region today convened a press...

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