(Washington, DC) — One of President-elect Joe Biden’s first acts in office may be to end the Keystone XL Pipeline project. Reuters reports that could happen as early as day one. President Obama initially rejected the nine-billion-dollar project to build the pipeline that would transport oil from Alberta, Canada to Nebraska. President Trump gave the project the green-light two years later. Since construction began, the project has seen plenty of opposition from environmentalists and Native Americans alike.