In the video, Landowner Condemnation Rights Attorney Philip Hundl talks about the Union to Milton Pipeline system, which is part of the Ironwood Express Pipeline. If you’re a landowner affected by this or any other pipeline condemnation action in the State of Texas, call or text 800-266-4870 to set up a meeting with Philip Hundl. You can also arrange for a no-obligation case evaluation by clicking the button below and sending us the form.
Summary of the Ironwood Express Pipeline – Union to Milton Pipeline System
Hi, I’m Philip Hundl. I want to talk to you about a pipeline alert that I have. My practice area focuses on representing landowners facing condemnation proceedings. From time to time, I like to provide the landowners with these pipeline alerts or updates on existing projects that we’ve already talked about.
This is a project we haven’t talked about before. It’s a project by Ironwood Midstream Energy Partners, LLC. It’s a gathering line project in Gonzales County, south of the town of Gonzales. We’ll try to put some links on the blog to this project, as much information as we have.
The T4 permit on it is 09449. Based upon the information we’ve been able to gather, this system can sometimes be referred to as Union to Milton Pipeline System. It’s part of the Ironwood Express Pipeline, and the operator, as we mentioned, is Ironwood Midstream Energy Partners.
Now, this is about a 10 mile line for the project. Very active. The right of way agents on this project are Refined Land Services out of San Antonio. Ironwood Midstream is out of San Antonio. I’ll try to put a link to their website, and you can find out more information about them and their projects.
This is a 10 inch line. Once again, it runs primarily in Gonzales County and is on the southern part of Gonzales County, more or less running parallel to FM 2067. The route crosses over Highway 183, and then continues on and then it actually kind of takes a route to the north.
Right of Way Agents Work for Ironwood Midstream
With that, as always, if you’re a landowner, you get approached by these right of way agents. You need to understand who they’re working for and who they’re representing. They’re not representing you, the landowner, but in this case, Ironwood Midstream Energy Partners. I believe this project is on a fast track. Therefore, it seems like the right of way agents have gotten pretty aggressive.
Obviously, their job is to acquire the easements. The appraiser that’s been hired by Ironwood appears to be CBRE. We see CBRE do lots of appraisals for condemnors And so just be familiar with who’s doing what. As always, understand their obligations as a condemnor. Also, understand your rights as a landowner.
Get the Help You Need to Protect Your Rights
If you need to know or better understand your rights as a landowner, contact an attorney that focuses on representing landowners in condemnation proceedings, and that attorney can visit with you about all your rights and their obligations. So hopefully that’ll provide you a little bit more comfort about the process and in the steps in the process. There are lots of different steps in the process.
Here’s a link to a PDF form that I created about the steps in the condemnation process. So I think that’s helpful to take a look at as well.
How to Start Protecting Your Landowner Rights
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