The developer group of WhiteWater Midstream LLC, EnLink Midstream, LLC, Devon Energy Corp. and MPLX LP recently announced that it had made the final investment decision on construction of the Matterhorn Express Pipeline. Pending regulatory approvals, this 490-mile-long natural gas pipeline is expected to be in service by the end of 2024.
But what about the land that this 42-inch diameter pipeline will run through, carrying a projected 2.5 billion cubic feet of natural gas per day from Waha, Texas, to Katy, Texas? Many property owners along this route want information about the effect the Matterhorn Express Pipeline will have on their land. The Texas eminent domain attorneys at Dawson & Sodd are closely following this project and we are here to answer questions about your land rights. If your property is along the proposed route of the pipeline, we recommend attending one of the following
Information Meetings for Property Owners for Matterhorn Express Pipeline Project
Learn about your rights and your options:
- San Angelo, TX – 7:00 p.m. Tuesday, June 28, at Courtyard Marriott (2572 Southwest Blvd, San Angelo, TX 76901)
- Georgetown, TX – 7:00 p.m. Wednesday, June 29 at Hampton Inn (160 River Oaks Cove, Georgetown, TX 78626)
Get Help Protecting Your Rights as a Texas Property Owner
The Matterhorn Express Pipeline will require landowners to grant easements across the state of Texas. Because state law allows pipeline companies to use eminent domain in a taking that is for a “public use,” you may not be able to avoid this. However, you can negotiate the best deal possible. The Texas land rights lawyers at Dawson & Sodd offer experienced, skilled representation to any property owner seeking information and assistance in the Matterhorn Express Pipeline project. Contact us today to learn more about how to make sure your interests are protected during this process.