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Pipeline Infrastructure

Recently, the Governor’s Pipeline Infrastructure Task Force, a 48-member panel consisting of representatives from government, industry, environmental groups and the public, released for public comment its draft report of best practices and recommendations.

The Chamber intends to take a position on energy and infrastructure -- and we want to hear from you.


Please send any feedback to Gail Landis, VP Business & Community Advocacy (Government Relations) at glandis@greaterreadingchamber.org by Nov. 24.


The draft report includes 184 recommendations covering a variety of topics, from permitting to landowner outreach to emergency response. The Chamber is seeking input from its members to better develop its comments on the report. The Chamber’s Business & Community Advocacy Council’s Energy & Infrastructure Taskforce welcomes feedback on the following subject areas, as well as any comments our membership has on the report:

1) Are there recommendations being made that address areas of concern already addressed by existing statute, regulation or industry practice?
2) Are there recommendations that your company or organization supports?
3) Are there recommendations that your company or organization does not support?
4) Are there any recommendations or topics of concern to your business that are not addressed in the report?

Click on: Governor's Pipeline Infrastructure Task Force Report Feb. 2016 to view report.