Where do we go from here?

Four months ago, the tragic accident on the Deepwater Horizon set oil and gas drilling operations across the Gulf of Mexico on a different...

Footprints and Toeprints: Share Your Airport Experiences

If you’re like most people, when you think about travel-related energy consumption, you think about the big things: The size of the car, the...

U.S. Crude Production Reaches Record High in 2014

Record U.S. crude production, spurred on by advances in fracking and horizontal drilling technology, has helped drive down the global price of oil by...

Consumers to EPA: Be Cautious

Consumer groups caution EPA to not move too fast or risk price spikes. Elected leaders, key consumer groups, businesses, and representatives from organized labor joined with Consumer...

Alaska in balance

To fully appreciate the significance of the Interior Department’s long-awaited decision earlier this week to allow Shell Oil to drill three exploratory wells in...

5 Ways to Save Gas This Summer

The summer driving season is upon us, but there is a bright spot for consumers planning that upcoming summer driving vacation who want to...

Ideas for Making the Most of Gas Savings

Bloomberg reports that a steady decline in gas prices has left consumers with extra cash in their pockets after filling up their tanks. For one...

Last Minute, Energy-Efficient and Green Holiday Gift Guide for 2016

There’s a week left before Christmas. If you still need last minute gift ideas, we’ve got some great eco-friendly products to consider. The trend...
CEA supports the States First Initiative

States First Initiative is a Recipe for Success

Consumer Energy Alliance recently endorsed the States First Initiative – a state-led effort aimed at encouraging multi-state collaboration and innovation for state oil and...

Progress on lifting the drilling ban. Sort of.

The good news is that public opposition to the ban on drilling in the Gulf of Mexico is growing, and becoming more organized. Over...