Will the AMP Yellow Jacket Pipeline affect your land? Landowner Condemnation Rights Attorney Philip Hundl reviews the project and describes its location in this video. Call 800-929-1725 for an appointment with Mr. Hundl or click this link for a no-obligation case evaluation.
Summary of the AMP Yellow Jacket Pipeline Video
Hi, I’m Philip Hundl. I’m an attorney with Wadler, Perches, Hundl and Kerlick. Our principle office is here in Wharton County. We cover land litigation and condemnation cases for landowners all throughout the state of Texas.
I want to talk today briefly about ongoing projects. AMP or Aspen Midstream has quite a few projects ongoing. They’ve had lots of activity in the Washington, Austin, and Fayette County areas. And as you may recall they had the AMP Express 30 line. That ran down to Brookshire, and in addition to that project they have several other projects. They have a transmission line that’s running from Washington County all the way down to Brazoria, in the Sweeny area.
Today what I want to hit on briefly is these natural gas gathering lines, small gathering lines, throughout Washington County and Fayette County. We’re seeing most of them in Washington and Fayette Counties. This particular line is a 12 inch line, the AMP Yellow Jacket Line. It’s a natural gas gathering line, as part of their network, or their web of gathering lines for their larger transmission lines. The Yellow Jacket project runs approximately 23 miles. They have quite a few other gathering lines all throughout the area with different names as well.
If you’re a landowner and you are contacted by a right of way agent for one of these pipelines companies, then it’s important that you contact an attorney, so that you understand your rights and the process of condemnation. You’ll likely be offered an easement agreement that favors the pipeline company. So you should understand important rights that you have, because that easement agreement you sign is going to be permanent. You want to get it right — you only have one shot to get it right. So with that good luck and once again understand what you’re signing and understand what you’re getting into before you sign and finalize any transaction related to a pipeline.
No Obligation Case Evaluation
Please click this link and complete the form for a no-obligation case evaluation by Mr. Hundl. You can also call 800-929-1725 for an appointment at any of our offices in Wharton and El Campo in Wharton County and Fulshear and Richmond in Fort Bend County. Mr. Hundl is also meets clients at other locations convenient to the client.
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- Pipeline Construction Issues
- Should You Sign a Temporary Access Agreement
- Attorney’s Fees for Condemnation Cases
- Will Your Land Be Affected by the AMP Gathering Lines
- What’s the AMP NGL Line
- What’s the AMP Express 30 Pipeline
- Should You Complete a Property Information Sheet