The Texas Cold Snap — Where Do We Go from Here?

Texas’ energy infrastructure, despite being warned after the 2011 freeze about the critical vulnerability of our fuel supplies and power supply system, found itself frozen from a cold weather event that no one thought likely … or even possible.

Our natural gas producing infrastructure was not weatherized. Our power plant and transmission infrastructure were not weatherized.

As a result, millions ...

Consumer Energy Alliance Announces Support for Bipartisan Energy Development Legislation

This article came to our attention via North American Oil & Gas Pipelines

The Consumer Energy Alliance (CEA) has announced support for a bipartisan bill to support oil and gas development. CEA federal affairs advisor Michael Zehr released a statement applauding the More Energy, More Jobs Act, introduced by U.S. Reps. Kevin Brady (R-Tx.) and Henry Cuellar (D-Tx.), which wo...

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