Will you be affected by the AMP NGL Pipeline? Landowner Condemnation Rights Attorney Philip Hundl describes the status of the pipeline and its planned route in this video. Call 800-266-4870 for an appointment with Mr. Hundl.
Summary of the AMP NGL Pipeline Video
– Hi, I’m Philip Hundl with the law office of Wadler, Perches, Hundl and Kerlick with our principal office in Wharton County in Wharton and El Campo, and with offices in Fort Bend County as well in Richmond and Fulshear.
I’d like to talk to you today about a recent project that I’ve become familiar with. I’d like to provide some of the viewers and landowners out there a little bit more information about this pipeline project.
It’s a pipeline project by Aspen Midstream. The entity that will be the owner of the pipeline as submitted in their T4 application with the Railroad Commission is an entity called AMP NGL Pipelines LLC. So it’s an affiliate of Aspen Midstream.
Aspen Midstream is the company that submitted the T4 on behalf of and by and through AMP NLG Pipelines LLC. Just a little bit of the background on it. I’m going to attach the T4 application that was approved by the Railroad Commission to the website, to this video. So AMP NGL Pipelines LLC submitted their T4 application for this pipeline project on February 1, 2019. And for their description of the project, it’s a 12 inch line, and they’ve elected common carrier status.
The line will be approximately 98 miles long. The exact number is 97.96 miles. It will begin in Washington County just west of Brenham. Then it will run kind of diagonally into Austin County, Fort Bend County and then terminate in Brazoria County near Sweeney.
The application was filed February 1st. It was approved on February the 12th. As we’ve mentioned before, the Railroad Commission turns around these T4 applications fairly quickly. It was approved on February 12, 2019 with permit number 10014. So if that’s something you all would like to look up, you can absolutely do that on the Railroad Commission website or, like I said, I will attach all the relevant information to my website.
As designated by Aspen or AMP, the pipeline operator, economic operator and the pipeline owner will all be AMP NGL Pipelines LLC. Hope that information is helpful.
Once again, if you’re a landowner and your tract is affected by this project or any other pipeline project, it’s always a good idea to speak with a lawyer who handles condemnation matters on behalf of landowners to better understand the process and your rights as a landowner. Thank you.
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