Energy Headlines and Challenges to Watch for in 2019

CEA President David Holt previews the energy discussions and challenges that lie ahead in 2019, and what energy consumers - from families and small...
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Georgia: Pushing Back Against Anti-Energy Forces

Consumer Energy Alliance Georgia State Director, Michael Reilly takes a stand against anti-energy activists pushing for a blanket ban on fracking. "Before we simply take...

PRO AND CON: Energy independence or slaves to Big Oil?

The following op-ed from David Batt, Executive Director of Consumer Energy Alliance – Florida, appeared in The Destin Log newspaper and may be viewed...

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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West Virginia Must Reconfigure Its Role in Providing America’s Energy for the Future

The rhetoric of anti-energy activists ignores the very real benefits that natural gas production brings to the families and small businesses of West Virginia. "Natural...

Gas Prices to Remain Flat says CEA’s Holt

CEA's David Holt discusses the outlook for gasoline prices as we head into winter with WTVN in Columbus, OH.

Construction of Keystone’s Gulf Coast Pipeline added $5.7B to local economies

Michael Whatley, Executive Vice President of CEA, is quoted in an E&E News story about a CEA report shows how the Gulf Coast pipeline...

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Keystone XL Is Economically, Environmentally Sound

CEA's Michael Whatley talks about the safety record of pipelines and how Keystone XL will benefit Nebraskans. Per industry analysis, 99.999 percent of oil and...

Offshore Energy a Must for Alabama Manufacturing

Brent Greenfield, CEA's Senior Policy Director discusses how offshore energy development in Alabama will help grow the state's economy and opportunities for job creation. Aside...