Our team members are committed to building long-term, trusting relationships with you and your families based on openness and respect. After all, we want to be good neighbors and find common ground.
We strive to negotiate in good faith, be sincere in our commitments, and work hard to come to a mutually acceptable agreement. The Red Oak team will adhere to the Texas and Oklahoma Landowner Bill of Rights.Our goal is to ensure that you receive information and answers to your questions on a timely basis. As the project progresses, we encourage you to talk with your land representatives and to keep checking this website for additional information.
If you are ever concerned about an interaction you’ve had with us, please let us know by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org or calling (866) 940-1434, and we’ll work hard to resolve the situation.
We’ll make sure you stay informed with the information you want, when you need it. Talk to your land agent. Sign up for project updates. Visit our website regularly to stay up to date. If you have questions, we’re here for you. Email us email@example.com or call us at (866) 940-1434.
Before construction ever begins, the Red Oak team will spend time developing routes that limit the project’s impact to landowners, the community and the environment. Subject matter experts review multiple factors before recommending a route, including:
Our project team will assess existing pipeline corridors as potential locations for our lines. We do this in an effort to minimize unnecessary environmental impact while collaborating with local experts to understand the needs of our diverse local communities.
After this data is gathered, we will make an initial recommendation and then begin the process of surveying the land to determine if it’s practicable to construct in those areas. We assemble final routes after we have had discussions with landowners, public officials, regulatory agencies and other affected parties.