In this video, Landowner Rights Attorney Philip Hundl talks about recent information regarding the Whitewater BANGL pipeline project. You need an experienced attorney to help you protect your rights during the pipeline condemnation process. To talk with Philip Hundl, you can arrange an appointment by calling 800-266-4870 or texting 979-320-9320. You can also click this link to request a no-obligation case evaluation.
Summary of the Whitewater BANGL Project Update
Hello, this is Phil Hundl, and I have a project update for you. Not too long ago, we discussed the Whitewater BANGL project, a topic that’s been in conversation for quite some time. Like many projects, it has experienced periods of pause due to various factors, including economic conditions and the availability of investments or investors for the project.
We have been approached by landowners, particularly from Wharton County and Matagorda Counties, who have been contacted by right of way agents regarding the Whitewater BANGL line.
I’ve attached a link about the Whitewater BANGL project which I urge you to check out. The pipeline follows a well-known pipeline corridor through parts of Wharton County and Matagorda counties, as well as Jackson County.
Highest and Best Use of Your Affected Land May Be as a Pipeline Corridor
Please be aware that this pipeline, like many others, attempts to follow along a pipeline corridor. To find out more about pipeline corridors and the compensation that a landowner should receive for easements being sought or taken by a condemnor, my top recommendation is to contact an attorney who represents landowners facing condemnation proceedings. Your attorney should also have experience dealing with new pipeline acquisitions along existing pipelines.
These new easements are being taken along a corridor, which is becoming more active. The right of way acquisition team for Whitewater is contacting landowners in the southwestern portion of Wharton County and Matagorda County. The additional BANGL expansion runs just south of Cotulla and then along La Salle, McMullen, Live Oak, Bee, Goliad, Victoria, Jackson, Wharton and Matagorda Counties.
Learn About the Texas Condemnation Process
It’s critical to understand the process and where this project is within that condemnation process. Many landowners become extremely upset about a project when it’s still in the early stages and they may not ultimately be affected. It’s important to know your rights as a Texas landowner and the obligations of the pipeline company in this situation.
So once again, this is just a quick update on the Whitewater BANGL Project.
Get the Help You Need to Protect Your Rights
You need an experienced attorney to help you protect your rights during the pipeline condemnation process. To talk with Philip Hundl, you can arrange an appointment by calling 800-266-4870 or texting 979-320-9320. You can also click this link to request a no-obligation case evaluation.