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In a victory for Big Bend ranchers and conservationists, a Presidio county special commission has awarded six landowners about $2.8 million in compensation for the use of their property to construct the Trans-Pecos pipeline and the resulting loss in property value.

  • February 13th, 2017
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Big Bend Landowners Awarded Millions Over Pipeline, but the Fight Isn’t Over Yet

West Texas Landowners Take on Local Utility Companies

  • January 18th, 2017
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By:Meredith Hillgartner mhillgartner@klbk13.tv FLOYD COUNTY, TX- Lyle Miller is a third generation farmer, who has been farming in Floyd County for more than 50 years. Miller is just one of many west Texas landowners who are in a battle with…

New rules proposed on eminent domain process for new pipelines

  • January 10th, 2017
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Landowners and attorneys say the Texas Railroad Commission has been rubber-stamping pipeline requests without demanding enough information. By Max B. Baker – maxbaker@star-telegram.com To be frank, the idea of a pipeline running across his prairie really ticked off cattleman Pete…

Pipeline Companies Paying More to Cross Private Land

  • January 9th, 2017
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As pipeline companies scramble to provide infrastructure to support the energy boom, they are having to pay more for the right to build oil and gas pipelines across private property. A natural gas pipeline company argued earlier this year that it…