The plaintiff is Maranatha Temple, Incorporated (Maranatha). The defendants are Atlantic Richfield Company, Lyondell Petrochemical Company, Conoco, Incorporated, Diamond Shamrock Corporation, Diamond Shamrock Refining & Marketing Company, Dixie Pipeline Company, Dow Chemical Company, Dow Pipeline Company, Enterprise Products Company, Exxon Pipeline Company, Oxy Fractionators, Incorporated, f/k/a Cities Fractionators, Incorporated, Shell Pipeline Corporation, Tenneco Oil Company, Tenneco Natural Gas Liquids Corporation, Houston Oil & Gas Minerals Corporation, Texas Eastern Corporation, Texas Eastern Transmission Corporation, Texas Eastern Products Pipeline Company, Warren Petroleum Company, and Xral Storage & Terminaling Company (collectively, the defendants). All defendants either own or operate petrochemical or hydrocarbon facilities or pipelines in Mont Belvieu, Chambers County, Texas. Maranatha, a Mont Belvieu church, brought suit under several theories of recovery, including negligence, nuisance, trespass, and misrepresentation, to recover for loss of value to its property. Maranatha sued in Harris County, and the trial court, on the defendants motions, transferred venue to Chambers County. The Chambers County trial court granted summary judgment for the defendants on all causes of action.