Our experience is that most property owners will voluntarily agree to participate in a pipeline project like this one by signing an easement at a negotiated price. If an agreement cannot be reached, and the project has been granted a certificate of public convenience and necessity from the FERC, Interstate natural gas pipelines do have the right of using Federal eminent domain procedures. The use of eminent domain is always a “last resort” and we work very closely with landowners to minimize the need to exercise it. Historically, we have been very successful in negotiating amicable agreements with landowners on other, similar projects.
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