Myths and Realities about Energy Production in the Gulf

There has been much discussion -- and spin -- recently on the state of responsible American energy production, the most contentious of which has...
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Lack of Civility Not New to Energy

CEA President David Holt recently opined on the lack of civility and increasing lawlessness of anti-energy protesters (as we've documented multiple times - see...

Natural Gas Bans Expensive, and Would Impact Electric Grid Reliability

CEA's recent report detailing the consumer and environmental costs of a natural gas ban in Virginia, which found an infrastructure buildout of more than...

Building the Bakken

CEA's Brydon Ross was interviewed on the importance of pipelines in America, especially those in the Bakken oil fields. Read more - Oilman Magazine

Alaska’s Future: A Battle of Wills

By Dave Harbour Alaska Standard Contributor Touring campuses around the country last year, the West Virginia environmental lawyer told his UAA audience that activists should...

August 2009

CEA Newsletter Issue 29 Message from CEA President David Holt Last month marked the first anniversary of the withdrawal from the 18-year old presidential moratorium on...

Pennsylvania Must Do More to Keep Energy Affordable

CEA Mid-Atlantic's Mike Butler looks at how energy development and environmental protection have helped to keep energy affordable for families across the Commonwealth. It’s critical...

CEA’s Top 5 Favorite Energy Stories This Week – April 1

Yesterday the Biden Administration announced plans to release a million barrels of petroleum a day from the Strategic Petroleum Reserve for the next six...