Jobs Piped in From Canada

Writing at RedState.com, blogger Brad Jackson points to CEA's Michael Whatley discussing the job impact of the Keystone XL pipeline. In a letter to President...

Gulf Coast Anxious for Keystone Approval

CEA President David Holt discusses the economic impact of building the Keystone XL pipeline. Edmonton Sun: Over a plate of steaming crawfish at Houston’s Ragin’ Cajun,...

News Radio 1150 WJBO Interviews Michael Whatley

Michael Whatley explains what is not happening in Washington, DC that is causing gas prices to spike.

Is E15 gasoline hurting your engine?

Consumer Energy Alliance Ex-VP Michael Whatley discusses E15 gasoline and the EIA’s report on record high prices at the pump with Morning News host Jimmy...

Holt: RFS Should Be Closely Examined

CEA President David Holt comments to E&E News on renewable fuel standards: The Consumer Energy Alliance, a broad group that represents agricultural, transportation, refining and...

David Holt in National Journal: “Arctic Energy Vital”

Responding to a prompt by National Journal's Amy Harder about the importance of Arctic energy, CEA President David Holt wrote the following, posted in...

Whatley: Keystone XL pipeline best indicator to President’s plans for the energy sector

Town Hall: The President Knows the Benefits of Keystone XL, But Will He Act? The election was more than a month ago and many in Washington...

Holt Looks Ahead Four Years in Energy Policy

Consumer Energy Alliance President David Holt gives his take at National Journal's Expert Blog on what is ahead for Energy in the next four...

New Investment from Shell Could Boost Production

From the Anchorage Daily News: Alaska'a Arctic Is Key To North American Energy Self-Sufficiency: In an op-ed recently published in the Anchorage Daily News, CEA-Alaska...

Kevin Doyle: Comprehensive energy policy needed

Kevin Doyle: Comprehensive energy policy needed Published: Friday, December 21, 2012 at 5:04 p.m. An important gathering in Jacksonville earlier this month underscored how urgent it...