start to finish transparency
Clear, Concise Communication
Flint Hills Resources is dedicated to ensuring the community receives clear, concise communication as the pipeline is built and operated.
We will hold public engagement meetings in communities where the project resides, publish a bilingual project website with detailed information, and provide information to the community in other traditional formats.
Once permitted, the construction is expected to take approximately six months. Permitting authorities include Travis and Bastrop Counties, the Federal Aviation Administration, the City of Austin, the Railroad Commission of Texas, and the Texas Department of Transportation. During the permitting process, all public permitting filings will be posted on the Austin Airport website for easy community access.
Stay tuned for updates.
News & Updates
Flint Hills Resources, the main supplier of transportation fuel to Central Texas, is hosting a series of informational open houses on the proposed Bastrop-Austin Texas
The Flint Hills Resources right-of-way team has begun door-to-door interactions and has hired a contractor to initiate the survey process soon. Land contractors will provide
Flint Hills Resources Plans New Pipeline to Improve Reliability of Jet Fuel Supply to Austin-Bergstrom International Airport
Media Contact: Andy Saenz 361-429-9012 email@example.com Flint Hills Resources Plans New Pipeline to Improve Reliability of Jet Fuel Supply to Austin-Bergstrom International Airport Austin