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If you are involved in an eminent domain, condemnation, or inverse condemnation case in the State of Texas, let the lawyers at Barron, Adler, Clough & Oddo, LLP put their experience to work for you. Our Texas eminent domain lawyers possess the legal knowledge, creativity, innovative spirit, resources and experience to help you reach a desired resolution. Contact an eminent domain or condemnation attorney at our Austin or Houston office today to learn more about your case.
July 31, 2019
Kinder Morgan has informed investors it is evaluating a new pipeline, called the Permian Pass Pipeline, that would ship natural gas from the Permian Basin to the Texas-Louisiana border. The route for the new pipeline has not yet been determined, according to Kinder Morgan. The company suggested it is even considering a fourth pipeline to ship natural gas out of the Permian Basin.
July 31, 2019
Plains Pipeline announced two new projects that would transport crude oil from the Midwest through Cushing, Oklahoma to Corpus Christi, Texas. The Liberty Pipeline would transport crude oil to Cushing, Oklahoma and the Red Oak Pipeline would then transport crude oil to Corpus Christi. Both projects could be open as early as first quarter of 2021.
July 31, 2019
The Houston Court of Appeals reversed a summary judgment rendered in favor of Grimes County and against Texas Central Partners, the company behind the proposed Dallas-Houston bullet train. The case will now go back to the trial court for additional proceedings over the claims asserted by Grimes County as part of the bullet train project.
June 21, 2019
Phillips 66 and Plains All American recently announced a new project called the Red Oak Pipeline that is intended to transport crude oil from Cushing, Oklahoma to Sealy, Texas. Enterprise Products, which operates an oil terminal in Sealy, indicated it was not involved in conversations with Phillips 66 as it relates to a Sealy connection. Initial service of the new pipeline is expected to commence as early as the first quarter of 2021.