Kinder Morgan ordered to pay another $2.7 million in Hill Country pipeline dispute

  • August 15, 2019
  • News

A three-member panel of the Blanco County Special Commissioners ordered Kinder Morgan to pay three landowners more than $2.7 million in order to seize parts of their properties for the company’s proposed Permian Highway Pipeline.

Kinder Morgan is seeking to build the $2 billion pipeline to move 2.1 billion cubic feet of natural gas per day from the Permian Basin of West Texas to the Katy Hub near Houston but faces stiff opposition along the proposed route through the picturesque Hill Country.

Read more from Sergio Chapa with the Houston Chronicle here.