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,...Read More
Sen. Lois Kolkhorst announced on May 26 that her bill, SB 421, aimed at reforming the eminent domain process to protect landowners had failed.Read More
The White House has announced the President intends to execute two new executive orders that will make it easier for the oil and gas industry to obtain permits for pipeline construction. The...Read More
Senate Bill 421, the omnibus eminent domain reform bill filed by Senator Lois Kolkhorst, has passed the Texas Senate by a vote of 28-3. The bill was opposed by oil and gas interests in the Senate...Read More
As part of the Texas Tribune’s ongoing reporting on the border wall project called The Taking, Barron Adler partners Roy Brandys and Nick Laurent were quoted regarding President Trump’s emergency...Read More
The Texas Observer featured an legal battle over claims of contamination on a south Texas ranch. The Texas Observer reports that “massive levels of beryllium and cadmium, both known human...Read More
On March 4, the Senate State Affairs Committee heard testimony on Senate Bill 421 which would reform eminent domain procedures for private condemnors like pipeline companies. The bill, sponsored by...Read More
Barron Adler Partner Roy Brandys was interviewed by the Texas Lawyer for a piece entitled, “As Trump Pursues Wall, South Texas Lawyers Ready for Eminent Domain Battles.” Mr. Brandys discussed...Read More
The National Butterfly Center, which is in the path of the next phase of the border wall project, recently requested an injunction that would preclude construction of the wall through the Butterfly...Read More
The Texas Observer has published an article discussing the Kinder Morgan Permian Highway Pipeline, including a summary of legislation that Rep. Zwiener plans to introduce this session as a result of...Read More
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