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KUT NEWS: 3 Questions Answered About The Planned Natural Gas Pipeline In Central Texas

Posted on 02/12/2019 under News

FEB 12, 2019

Kinder Morgan is hosting an open house in Hays County tonight about its Permian Highway Pipeline, a natural gas pipeline the company plans to run through Central Texas.

As often happens when a Texas pipeline is announced, many people in the project’s path were taken by surprise by the wide-sweeping powers the state grants pipeline companies. With no public engagement process required for routing and building a pipeline here, many residents feel left in the dark about how pipelines work, their potential risks and benefits, and what rights landowners have when it comes to dealing with the company.

That confusion was on display at a pipeline meeting in Wimberley, where residents offered a list of questions about the project that was too long to read aloud, much less answer, before the meeting ended.

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WEATHERFORD DEMOCRAT: Texas farmers, landowners seek eminent domain reform

Posted on 02/05/2019 under News


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FREDERICKSBURG STANDARD: Kinder Morgan sets public meeting

Posted on 01/28/2019 under News


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TEXAS A&M AGRILIFE: Questions from Tiffany’s Desk: Eminent Domain and the Right to Survey

Posted on 01/28/2019 under News


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VICTORIA ADVOCATE: Family claims electric coop poisoning their ranchland

Posted on 01/17/2019 under News

CHRISTINE – Amid the golden acres of rolling grassland, there are acres on the Peeler ranch where trees and grass won’t grow.

“This land should not be dead,” said Jason Peeler, 51, standing near a fence separating his family’s land from the coal-powered San Miguel Electric Coop power plant. From much of the family’s property, the massive plant with its towering scaffold-enclosed facade dominates the wide horizon.

But the lifeless patches of sticky mud there and elsewhere on the land, which has remained in the family for five generations, are a mere hint of the poison the Peelers say lies beneath.

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