A lot of people are wondering when they will see a real oil pipeline from the Gulf of Mexico to the West Coast.

In 2017, President Donald Trump announced a $1 trillion infrastructure project, including $300 billion for the U.S. Coast Guard and $150 billion for an oil pipeline, to bring oil from the Texas Gulf Coast to California.

But, a major question is: When will we see an oil line from the West to the Gulf?

The answer is, probably not until the mid-2030s.

The Gulf is a massive ocean that is prone to erosion.

That’s why the oil and gas industry has been trying to build oil pipelines.

Some of those pipelines are already in the pipeline.

But other pipeline projects that are still in the planning stages include one that will be built by Texas-based Energy Transfer Partners, which has a $3.7 billion deal with ExxonMobil to build a pipeline between Corpus Christi and the Gulf.

In that pipeline, Texas would receive a majority of the revenue from selling oil produced from the region.

In the meantime, the United States Coast Guard has been working to build new oil pipelines across the country.

But a new report suggests that these pipeline projects could be delayed for years or decades.

It’s not just the Coast Guard that has a long timeline to complete its oil pipeline project.

Other oil companies are also working on their own pipelines.

The Keystone XL pipeline, which would carry oil from Alberta, Canada to refineries in Texas, has been under development for years.

In 2016, the Army Corps of Engineers approved a proposal to build two oil pipelines from the U