The Fort Bend Chamber of Commerce’s Governmental Relations Division rescheduled a virtual webinar, “The Grid & Texas Leg 87 with Representative Ron Reynolds” that will now be on Wednesday, June 23, 2021 from 12:00 – 1:00 PM. This informative session will be moderated by Christopher Breaux, FBCC Governmental Relations Division Chair.
Join us as we hear from State Representative Ron Reynolds, one of the eleven members of the Energy Resources Committee. The Committee has jurisdiction over all matters pertaining to the conservation of the energy resources of Texas. Some of those responsibilities include; the production, regulation, transportation, and development of oil, gas, and other energy resources; electric utility regulation as it relates to energy production and consumption and the following state agencies: the Railroad Commission of Texas, the Texas representative for the Interstate Oil and Gas Compact Commission, the Office of Interstate Mining Compact Commissioner for Texas, the State Energy Conservation Office, and the Office of Southern States Energy Board Member for Texas.
Registration is open. Event Sponsor: $500, includes company logo on all event marketing materials and chamber social platforms, an invitation for five guests to participate, company logo on the Zoom registration page and confirmation email, and recognition during the event. Individual Member Reservations are $20 and Individual Prospective Member Reservations are $30. Details of upcoming events can be found at www.FortBendChamber.com or contact Paige Talbott at 281-566-2152 or Paige@fortbendcc.org.
The Governmental Relations Division of the Fort Bend Chamber of Commerce is under the leadership of Division Chair, Christopher Breaux, Whitley Penn, LLP. The Governmental Relations Division provides Chamber members with access to local, state and federal officials, promotes the understanding of current legislative issues and gives its membership the opportunity for input. This Division also provides a forum for discussion of relevant legislative matters, updates on key legislation, and provides leadership on legislation which is important to its members. During election years, the division conducts community candidate forums for municipal, primary, secondary and higher education, county, state and federal elections that provide a fair and unbiased opportunity for members to understand the qualifications and positions of the candidates as well as the key issues affecting an election.