Call or text 800-266-4870 for help protecting your rights if you are a landowner impacted by the Blackfin Pipeline Project. Appointments can be in person, online or by phone.
A Pipeline Alert by Attorney Philip Hundl
Hi, Phil Hundl here, and today, I’m bringing you a pipeline alert about a new pipeline project called the Blackfin Pipeline, LLC project or Blackfin Pipeline Project. Landowners have been contacted by the right of way agent company, Norfleet, which is working with Matterhorn. The Blackfin Pipeline Project is connected with Matterhorn Express Pipeline, LLC and WWM Operating LLC, or Whitewater, in general.
The Scope of the Blackfin Pipeline Project
We’ve talked a lot about the Matterhorn project, a 400 plus mile line from West Texas to Wharton County and Waller County. This particular project is 193 miles long and covers counties essentially from Colorado County going through Austin, Waller, just a tip of Harris County, and then through Montgomery County, Harden County, Liberty, and Jasper County.
It makes a route from Colorado County to Jasper, essentially north of Houston and through Montgomery County, a route that many pipelines take. This one originates at a large processing facility in Colorado County.
The Blackfin Pipeline is projected to be a large diameter pipe, with a size between 42 and 48 inches. It appears that Blackfin Pipeline, or Matterhorn or Whitewater, whichever one you want to refer to it as, is very eager or aggressive in trying to get surveys, much like they were on the Matterhorn Pipeline Express Project.
Know Your Rights as a Landowner
As a landowner, it’s crucial to be aware of your rights when there is a project that may involve condemnation or a pipeline company that may attempt to use the power of eminent domain to condemn your land for an easement for a pipeline, substation, surface site, or valve site. You have rights, and it’s essential to understand them.
For more information on your rights as a landowner, refer to our blog at TXCondemnationRights.com, where you’ll find a wealth of information and a step-by-step guide to the condemnation process. This information can be helpful for landowners who may be facing a condemnation proceeding.
Good luck, and if you’d like more information, please call or text 800-266-4870 for an appointment with Attorney Philip Hundl. Appointments can be online, by phone or in person.
Call or text 800-266-4870 for an appointment. We can also arrange for online and telephone appointments all over Texas.