In the News: Colorado Energy Forum

Review press coverage of the Colorado Energy Forum, held on October 14, 2014 in Westminster, C.O. featuring remarks from U.S. Senator Mark Udall, Governor John...

Electric Election: Big Energy Decisions, High-voltage Campaigns

CEA's Michael Zehr was interviewed for Kentucky Living's regarding energy and the 2016 general election. “The nation can and must have both environmental protection and...

Start Building More Pipelines Now

Increasing domestic energy production is straining our current energy infrastructure, leading to increased prices and displacing agricultural products on railways.  CEA Midwest Executive Director...

David Holt: If we don’t want it, others will benefit

David Holt, President of Consumer Energy Alliance, submitted the following Op-Ed to Boston Globe on September 23, 2009. If we don’t want it, others will...

CEA: Alaska’s Offer to Fund Energy Exploration is Opportunity for Collaboration:

In a press release issued on Wednesday, CEA applauded the State of Alaska’s announcement that it would split the cost of assessing the resource potential of...
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Consumer Group Responds to New York Regulators Denying Williams Pipeline Permit

CEA's Brydon Ross offers insight to why the denial of the permit for the Williams Pipeline is bad for consumers in New York and...

The Shell Cracker Plant Is a Win-win Project

Mike Butler, CEA Mid-Atlantic Executive Director talked about the economic importance of the Shell cracker plant being built in Beaver County. Not only will it...

Elected Officials Taking Note of Energy Potential

CEA's Chris Ventura discussed how West Virginians are seeing benefits from energy production throughout their communities as new jobs with higher wages are being...

David Holt: Critical Issues Overlooked in Current Energy Discussion

David Holt, President of Consumer Energy Alliance, submitted the following Op-Ed to Independent Petroleum Association of America blog on September 15, 2009. Critical Issues Overlooked...