TxDOT has begun construction on an eight mile stretch of US 290 near McDade, east of Austin. The project will complete the four-lane highway between Elgin and Paige. The project is expected to be...Read More
Sen. Lois Kolkhorst and Rep. DeWayne Burns have filed companion bills in the Legislature that would reform the eminent domain system in Texas (Senate Bill 421 and House Bill 991). Similar bills have...Read More
An article about the border wall and unique legal issues associated with it, written by Barron Adler lawyers Roy Brandys, Nick Laurent, and Blaire Knox, has been published in the American Bar...Read More
The Brownwood Bulletin reports that Plains All American Pipeline has offered to make $1 million available for grants to public safety agencies that are within 30 miles of the company’s Permian Basin...Read More
The EPIC crude pipeline, connecting the Permian Basin with Corpus Christi, has been delayed while waiting for approval of initial shipping rates by the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission. The...Read More
Barron Adler partners Roy Brandys and Nick Laurent were quoted in a December 18 article in the Community Impact newspaper about the Permian Highway Pipeline project. The article addresses the...Read More
Gemini Midstream Holdings, LLC and its affiliates today announced the development of the Gemini Carthage Pipeline, a new natural gas system in Harrison and Panola Counties, Texas, capable of...Read More
Barron Adler Partners Chris Oddo and Chris Clough presented on Eminent Domain and Condemnation Law to Texas Civil Engineers on December 19. The presentation included the source and history of...Read More
On December 17, Barron Adler lawyers hosted an information meeting in Junction for landowners affected by the Permian Highway project.Read More
Energy Transfer, Magellan Midstream, and Delek US Holdings have announced they received sufficient commitments to proceed with plans to construct a 30” pipeline to transport crude oil from the...Read More
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