President Donald Trump signed executive actions on Tuesday to advance the Keystone XL and Dakota Access oil pipelines. Trump said the orders would create +28,000 new jobs in the United States, and that the pipelines would be built with U.S. steel and U.S. labor. “We will build our own pipeline, we will build our own pipes, like we used to in the old days,” Trump said. Keep in mind, his orders do not force the approval of either project but it does reopen the door to making them possible. Both pipelines require different approvals. Keystone, which would run from Alberta, Canada’s oil sands to the Gulf Coast in Texas, needs a presidential permit to build across the Canadian border. Dakota Access, developed by Energy Transfer Partners, needs an Army Corps of Engineers easement to build under Lake Oahe in North Dakota. Trump’s orders will expedite both. Trump also said he wanted to renegotiate terms with the pipelines’ developers, one of which could include getting a financial return from Keystone. TransCanada, the company developing Keystone, said they are already preparing their new application. Trump also met with executives from the big three Detroit automakers yesterday, promising to reduce “out of control” environmental regulations. Trump said that to a large extent, he is an environmentalist, but wants “regulation that means something.” Trump also stuck with his theme of reviving American manufacturing, urging the automakers to build new factories in the U.S.