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ATEX Enterprise Pipeline Resources and Facts

Project Background
Ohio is among several states that will be part of the 1,230-mile Appalachia-to-Texas (ATEX) Enterprise Pipeline that will transport ethane gas extracted from the Marcellus/Utica Shale Region in Eastern Ohio, Western Pennsylvania and West Virginia to the Texas Gulf Coast petrochemical market, where it will be used to produce consumer plastics. The project involves the building of new pipeline across Ohio along with linking to existing pipeline in some states.

What Ohio Property Owners Can Expect
The project is being undertaken by Enterprise Products Partners L.P., a publicly traded partnership based in Houston, Texas, that will submit its final route plan to the Ohio Power Siting Board for review and approval in 2012. The pipeline is projected to be built and in operation by early 2014. At any time during this process, Enterprise or its representatives will survey properties within the proposed route and submit offers to property owners for easements to construct the pipeline. Ultimately, property owners who decline to negotiate or reach an agreement with Enterprise could face eminent domain action in court. Property owners in the path of the pipeline need to take action now to protect their interests and level the playing field.

Ohio Counties within the Pipeline Path

Currently, 13 counties are within the proposed route of the ATEX Enterprise Pipeline.

Butler
Clinton
Coshocton
Fairfield
Fayette
Greene
Harrison
Jefferson
Licking
Muskingum
Pickaway
Tuscarawas
Warren

ATEX Enterprise Pipeline Announcement (PDF)

ATEX Enterprise Pipeline Project Timeline (PDF)

ATEX Enterprise Pipeline Fact Sheet (PDF)

Nine Reasons to Seek an Attorney for the ATEX Enterprise Pipeline Project (PDF)

Enterprise Pipeline In the News

Ohio law supersedes landowner's wishes and allows pipeline survey
Farm and Dairy
May 23, 2012

What is the priority -- a pipeline or individual property rights?
The Newark Advocate
May 15, 2012

An Old Texas Tale Retold: the Farmer vs. the Oil Company
The New York Times
May 7, 2012

Advice to Landowners About Interstate Pipelines
Marcellus Drilling News

New pipeline route will avoid dense population
The Newark Advocate
Feb. 28, 2012

Pipeline jurisdiction at issue
The Columbus Dispatch
Feb. 26, 2012

Work on new ethane pipeline to gulf coast now underway in Ohio
Marcellus Drilling News
Nov. 27, 2011

 

 

 

Based in Columbus, we serve clients in all Ohio counties and communities impacted by the ATEX Enterprise Pipeline project, including Butler, Clinton, Coshocton, Fairfield, Fayette, Greene, Harrison, Jefferson, Licking, Muskingum, Pickaway, Tuscarawas and Warren counties.