In this video, Landowner Rights Attorney Philip Hundl describes the Bahia Pipeline Project. He talks about the rights of landowners impacted by the Texas condemnation process. Call or text 800-266-4870 for an appointment with Philip Hundl. Meetings can be in person, online or by phone.
Summary of the Bahia Pipeline Project Alert
Hi, I’m Phil Hundl, and I’m here to provide a pipeline alert for landowners who may be affected by new pipeline projects. As a landowner, it’s important to understand your rights and obligations when approached by right of way agents seeking survey permission for pipeline projects. In this video, I’ll be discussing the Bahia Pipeline LLC Project, a new pipeline project that may affect your land in Milam County and surrounding counties.
Before we dive into the details of the Bahia Pipeline LLC Project, we hope you will check out some of the other information on this website. We created this website to provide landowners like you with more information about eminent domain and the condemnation process, whether it’s for road expansions, power lines, or pipelines. We aim to empower landowners by providing them with the knowledge they need to protect their rights. Please take a moment to check out our series on the condemnation process. We provide a lot of resources that we hope will be helpful in understanding your rights and obligations.
The Bahia Pipeline LLC Project
The Bahia Pipeline LLC Project is a new pipeline project connected with Enterprise, a large pipeline company that likes to own these pipeline projects in separate standalone entities. The right of way agents are already out there contacting landowners and asking for survey permission. The right of way acquisition company for this project is Pinnacle Land Group, which is one of the companies that Enterprise uses.
This particular pipeline project affects Milam County and some of the surrounding counties, including Falls County and Grimes County. If you’re a landowner in any of these counties, you may be contacted by a representative of Enterprise or Bahia Pipeline.
You’ll Receive a Letter from Enterprise
The letter you’ll receive in the mail will have an Enterprise Products letterhead, but it’ll refer to Bahia Pipeline LLC, and it’ll be from someone with an email from Pinnacle Land Group. It’s essential to understand that this is the arrangement and who this person is and what they’re seeking. At least right now, they’re seeking initial survey access to determine possible routes or viable routes.
Understanding Your Rights and Their Obligations as a Texas Landowner
From the beginning, it’s important to understand your rights and their obligations. It’s vital to limit their access to your property for surveying by understanding the scope of what they’re wanting to do on your property and therefore tailoring access accordingly. This website provides you with more information on your rights and obligations.
Please take a moment to check out our series on the condemnation process. We aim to provide landowners with as much information as possible, so you’re better-prepared if you’re contacted by a representative of Enterprise or Bahia Pipeline.
In conclusion, if you’re contacted about this project, it’s essential to better understand the process and your rights. We hope this video and our website have been helpful in providing you with the helpful information to protect your rights as a landowner. Good luck!
Get the Help You Need to Protect Your Rights
The right of way agent works for the condemnor. It’s not his or her job to protect your rights or safeguard your interests. Please start by reviewing the our information on the Texas land condemnation process and then contact an experienced attorney to help you through that process. If we can help you, please call or text our office at 800-266-4870 for an appointment. Our appointments can be in person, online or by phone.
Call or text 800-266-4870 for an appointment. We can also arrange for online and telephone appointments all over Texas.