Call or text 899-266-4870 for help in protecting your rights if you’re a landowner affected by the Apex Pipeline Project. This project is also known as the Daytona NGL Pipeline. Appointments can be in person, online or by phone.
Summary of the Apex Pipeline or Daytona NGL Pipeline Project Update
Hello, I’m Attorney Philip Hundl, and I want to discuss the Apex Pipeline project with you. This 562-mile pipeline, developed by Targa and referred to as the Apex Project or Apex Pipeline, is planned to have a 30-inch diameter line.
Starting in Midland County, West Texas, it will stretch all the way to Jefferson County in East Texas. In alphabetical order, the pipeline crosses the following counties — Bell, Brazos, Brown, Callahan, Comanche, Coryell, Falls, Glasscock, Grimes, Hamilton, Jefferson, Liberty, McClennan, Midland, Milam, Mitchell, Montgomery, Nolan, Robertson, San Jacinto, Sterling, Taylor, and Walker.
The Pipeline is also Known as the Daytona NGL Pipeline
Apex Pipeline LLC, which is part of a joint venture involving Targa and other entities will own and operate the pipeline. If you’re a landowner in the affected counties, you might have already encountered other pipelines, such as the Magellan line, and it’s likely that the new Apex line may impact you as well.
Right of way agents are currently contacting landowners to request permission for surveying. As a landowner affected by these types of projects, it’s crucial for you to know your rights and understand the process.
I have created some informative videos on the condemnation process and another video about granting the condemnor temporary right of access for surveys, which I encourage you to watch. It’s really important for you to understand your rights and the process before you sign any agreements.
Stay informed and vigilant about your rights and the potential impacts on your property as the Apex Pipeline, also known as the Daytona NGL Pipeline project, continues to develop.
Get the Help You Need
Call or text 800-266-4870 for help in protecting your rights as a Texas landowner. We can meet with you online, in person or by phone. It’s really important for you to talk with an experienced and knowledgeable attorney BEFORE you sign any agreements.