In this video, Texas Condemnation Rights Attorney Philip Hundl talks about the EOG 41 Verde Pipeline, also known as the Pecan Pipeline. This is a 41 mile project affecting land in Webb and Duval Counties. Please call 800-266-4870 for an appointment with Philip Hundl. Appointments can be in-person, online or by phone. You can also request a no-obligation case evaluation by clicking the button below and submitting the information.
Summary of the EOG 41 Pipeline or Pecan Pipeline Project Video
As always, I’d like to bring these different projects to the viewers or the landowners’ attention. Maybe you’re affected by this or you know someone who is affected by it. So I’d like to talk about the EOG Resources 41 Verde Pipeline, it’s a 41 mile pipeline.
This pipeline is actually owned by a wholly owned subsidiary of EOG Resources called Pecan Pipeline Company. They have a gas field in Webb County called the Dorado Field. And it runs from Webb County east to Duval County. It begins just south of Encinal in La Salle County. technically, but it’s in Webb County, The pipeline runs more or less near or along Highway 44 into Duval County terminating just north of Freer.
This is the EOG Verde Pipeline Project also referred to as Pecan Pipeline Project. If you own land in this area and you’re contacted by right of way agent on behalf of Pecan Pipeline or EOG Resources, you’ll know what they’re talking about and you’ll be familiar with this.
Once again, it’s natural gas line. With the price of natural gas is going up, all these producers are trying to get natural gas to the coast, and this is all part of that process. So as always, if you’re a landowner faced with a condemnation proceeding or the threat of condemnation, please contact an attorney who can explain your rights and the obligations of a condemnor. With that good luck.
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