CEA December 2009 Newsletter

CEA Newsletter Issue 33 Message from CEA President David Holt As 2009 draws to a close, Consumer Energy Alliance would like to thank all of our members...

Cow power

There’s something, well, powerful, about any creature that produces 120 pounds of waste every day. That’s the amount of manure that dairy farmers must...

Foltz interviewed for The American Oil & Gas Reporter: Energy Policy Affects Consumers Too,...

Click here to view coverage of CEA-South Executive Director Tommy Foltz as interviewed by The American Oil & Gas Reporter: Energy Policy Affects Consumers...

NEBA Hears Batt at the September Meeting, November-December 2009

Click here to view coverage of CEA-Florida Executive Director Dave Batt at the September 2009 meeting of the Northeast Business Association.

Happy Thanksgiving, Happy Travels

In what has become something of an annual pre-Thanksgiving tradition, the latest survey of people’s travel plans this year shows a slight increase in...

CEA Analysis Finds LCFS a Bad Option for Northeast

Consumer Energy Alliance analyzes Low-Carbon Fuel Standard compliance scenarios for 11 northeast states WASHINGTON – November 13, 2009   A regional Low-Carbon Fuel Standard (LCFS) imposed...

CEA: New Study Reinforces Need to Responsibly Develop Domestic Energy Offshore

Consumer group calls untapped domestic oil and gas resources “a game-changer” for the economy HOUSTON – November 19, 2009   This week, the National Association of...

Old, but not over the hill

Here’s an important detail about the strength of our domestic oil industry that is often lost in the larger debate over opening more of...

Truckers’ long haul, Part Two

You may recall what we said last spring about the tough times in the trucking industry: a business which really cannot seem to get...

High unemployment and low carbon fuel standards: Two not-so-great things that are even worse...

What could possibly be worse than the 10.2% nationwide unemployment we recently highlighted? How about the jobless rates of 11% in Florida, 12.2% in...
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