An oil and gas pipeline will be a key piece of the pipeline-building puzzle.
The project that will make the biggest splash in 2019 is a water supply project.
Water pipelines are a critical component of the country’s energy supply, especially when it comes to getting energy from the deep underground.
A pipeline will also carry a lot of water.
The pipeline will connect the oil fields in Texas to the deep-water port of Houston, which supplies the Gulf of Mexico and other areas.
For now, it’s a big undertaking, but if all goes well, it will be an even bigger one.
In a study released by the Environmental Defense Fund and published by Energy Future last year, it looked at how a pipeline from the oil sands in Alberta to the Gulf Coast would be built.
It would cost $7.8 billion to build a 30-mile long, 4-mile wide pipeline from Alberta to Houston.
That’s a lot more than the $4.4 billion the study estimated that a pipeline could cost.
According to the report, the pipeline would carry enough oil to supply about 90 million barrels of oil per day.
And it would be able to transport water that would be more than 1,500 miles.
When you factor in all the water, the oil pipeline would provide enough water to supply at least a quarter of all U.S. drinking water.
That would be enough for about 60 million people.
“The pipeline would serve a million households in Texas and the Gulf,” said Tom Dolan, executive director of Energy Future, a nonprofit that researches the potential impacts of pipelines.
“That’s not a lot, but it’s huge.”
The study also noted that the pipeline could have other benefits.
As part of the project, the Texas oil fields could be used for other projects that could be funded with federal money.
There would also be water for a major dam on the Gulf coast.
Energy Future estimated that the oil field could also generate at least $500 million in annual economic benefits.
That’s because it would have a substantial effect on the state of Texas, which is about 90 percent reliant on oil.
Texas is one of the largest producers of oil and natural gas in the United States.
But the state also has a large number of aging refineries, which can be expensive to run.
Some of those refineries could be shut down and replaced with new ones, and that could boost the economy.
The oil sands are the largest oil and shale deposits in Canada.
Many of the oilfields are in Alberta, where the oil and the gas have been extracted for decades.
Those fields, along with the oil processing facilities that produce petrochemical products for the refinery, are among the most productive in the world.
They are also relatively shallow.
Oil sands oil is found in North Dakota, Wyoming and parts of Oklahoma.
But it is also found in Canada, the United Kingdom, Australia and Norway.
Because of that, the Alberta-based oil sands industry is a key driver of the economy in Canada and other parts of the world, especially in North America.
An oil-sands pipeline is one way to bring those fields into the United Sates.
With pipelines in place, the production of oil in the oil-rich sands would be spread throughout the country.
By building a pipeline to transport the oil, the federal government would be one of its largest users of oil.
The cost of that would also make it one of it’s largest customers.
All of the pipelines in the country would be constructed with an average price of about $1,100 per barrel, according to the study.
If a pipeline was built to carry all the oil that is produced in the American oil industry, it would cost a total of $8.2 trillion to build.
At the end of 2019, the study said the cost of building the pipeline will likely be $8,500 per barrel.
That estimate is higher than many of the companies that are considering the project.
The pipeline could be built faster, but would still take a decade or more to complete.
The study noted that, with the exception of Texas and Canada, none of the countries that have pipelines in operation have the infrastructure in place to make them viable.
Still, it said that the U.K. and Norway are considering building pipelines that could bring more oil to the United Nations.
One of those countries, Norway, is also the world’s largest exporter of natural gas.
So, the U., as the world leader in producing oil, could have an advantage over many other countries.
Other countries that are developing oil-powered pipelines include Brazil, Colombia, Mexico, South Africa and Venezuela.
Also, in 2019, Brazil is considering building a new pipeline to bring oil from the Amazon rainforest to the port of Porto Alegre in northeastern Brazil.