This is the latest update on the Bahia Pipeline Project impacting landowners along its 630 mile planned route. Get the help you need to protect your rights by calling 800-266-4870 or sending a text to 979-320-9320. We can arrange a meeting in person, online or by phone and we can help you no matter where your property is located along the route.
Summary of the Bahia Pipeline Latest Developments
Hello, this is Phil Hundl with a pipeline update. We’ve previously discussed the Bahia pipeline, an affiliate of Enterprise. The pipeline’s owner will be Bahia Pipeline LLC, and the operator appears to be Enterprise Products Operating LLC. The pipeline will span 24 counties, beginning in Reeves County in far West Texas and ending in Chambers County.
Bahia Pipeline Route Map
As we mentioned last summer, right-of-way agents from Percheron were contacting landowners for survey access. If survey access was not granted, Zabel Freeman, a Houston-based law firm specializing in eminent domain, would secure temporary restraining orders from the court.
Evidently, activity along this line has increased. If you’re a landowner who has either been contacted or is being contacted about this project, please be aware that it is the Bahia Pipeline project. It roughly follows the same route as some other pipelines. Targa is also running a project that affects some of the same tracts of land.
There has been speculation about whether this will be a gas pipeline. The Railroad Commission has identified it as a conduit for highly volatile liquids. In various filings, Bahia has referred to transporting not only gas and oil but also other gas products including ethane, ethylene, propane, butane, isobutene, asotin, pentane, natural gas, gasoline, and other hydrocarbon-derived mixtures. The substances to be transported through this line are quite diverse.
Get the Help You Need to Defend Your Texas Landowner Rights
If you’re a landowner affected by this project, know that you have rights. I strongly recommend that you contact an attorney experienced in eminent domain and condemnation cases for landowners. Understanding your rights and the process can provide peace of mind regarding the timing and progress of the Bahia Pipeline condemnation proceedings.
To arrange a meeting with Philip, please call our office at 800-266-4870. You can also send a text to 979-320-9320. We can arrange an appointment in person, by phone or online, and we help landowners all over Texas.