Ga. Landowners Take Transco Pipeline Fight To 11th Circ.

By Carolina Bolado (September 20, 2017, 9:22 PM EDT) -- A group of Georgia landowners is asking an Eleventh Circuit panel Thursday to reverse a decision allowing Transcontinental Gas Pipe Line Co. to access their land to build a pipeline without paying compensation upfront, in a case that could help shape the legal landscape of natural gas pipeline disputes.

The property owners want the appeals court to reverse an order granting Transco, a unit of Williams Partners LP, a preliminary injunction allowing it to post a surety bond in lieu of cash before obtaining access to the land needed for Transco's pipeline, known as the Dalton Expansion.

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