If you’ve recently been contacted by Entergy Texas, Inc. (ETI) regarding the construction of a transmission line, it is important that you act now! Landowners MUST intervene in order to have a say in the final route. There are multiple opportunities to influence the process, but to have the greatest impact you must start the process early and with an experienced team of professionals. Please contact us today to schedule a free, 30-minute consultation to learn more about how Braun & Gresham, PLLC can help protect your land.

Transmission Lines in the Routing Phase:

Port Arthur Reliability Project

  • PUC docket #47003
  • Jefferson county
  • 230kV line
  • 80-130 ft. tall
  • 125 ft. easement
  • This project will construct two new substations, the Garden Substation and the Legend Substation which will be connected by the new line.
  • Intervention deadline: May 22, 2017
  • CLICK HERE for the map of proposed alternative routes.

Grimes to Lewis Creek

  • Waiting for application to be filed
  • Grimes, Montgomery, and potentially Walker counties
  • 230kV single circuit
  • 125 ft. easement
  • 30-50 miles in length, depending on the final route
  • For a map of proposed alternative routes, CLICK HERE

China to Stowell

  • PUC docket #46248
  • Intervention deadline: September 30, 2016
  • Jefferson, Chambers, Liberty counties
  • 230kV single circuit
  • 125 ft. easement
  • For a map of proposed alternative routes, CLICK HERE
  • Waiting for final order

Transmission Lines in the Condemnation Phase:

Previous Lines:

Newton to Orange – Orange and Newton counties
Grimes to Ponderosa – Grimes, Montgomery counties
China to Amelia – Jefferson county