CEA’s Whatley Breaks Down Jobs #s on KXL

CEA Executive Vice President Michael Whatley is keeping a close eye on the latest developments around the permit to build the Keystone XL pipeline....

Gasland II ‘fell short’

Writing at the Fuel Fix blog, CEA President David Holt ads his take to the critical reviews given to Gasland  II, "he fell short...

CEA On “Our Region’s Business”

CEA Executive Vice President Andrew Browning and CEA Mid-Atlantic Director Mike Mikus recently appeared on “Our Region’s Business”--a program co-produced by the Allegheny Conference on Community...

KXL Without Presidential Approval? Can it Happen?

Consumer Energy Alliance President, David Holt, sits down and answers consumer questions. Douglas P. from Indiana wants to know, "Is there anyway to approve...

President’s Climate Plan Worries Industry, Consumers

President's Climate Plan Worries Industry, Consumers by Michael Whatley Consumer Energy Alliance 7/3/2013 Earlier last week at Georgetown University, President Obama laid out an aggressive plan to attack...

CEA Discusses Agriculture and Energy Policy in St Augustine

CEA Discusses Agriculture and Energy Policy in St Augustine : Historic City News June 27, 2013 | By St Augustine More Earlier today, Thursday, June 27,...

Guest Column: Keystone XL Pipeline important to Florida

Guest Column: Keystone XL Pipeline important to Florida By KEVIN DOYLE The construction of the Keystone XL Pipeline will provide significant economic benefits to American workers...

Diluted Bitumen Ready for Transport, Report Finds

The National Academy of Science released a report on Tuesday explaining Canadian oil is no different than any other type of oil shipped safely...

KFQD Radio Segment on Alaskan Energy Production

In this radio interview on KFQD in Anchorage Alaska, CEA President David Holt discusses a number of Alaska related energy issues and how they...

CEA’s Joubert Discusses the Politics of Keystone XL on KZIM

CEA Vice President for Policy discusses the politics of the Keystone XL pipeline with listeners on KZIM in Missouri. Unfortunately her conclusion is that...