As a result, it is unclear if any of these projects will be completed or whether they will be funded.
But the fact that many of them are already in the works could prove a blessing for many, given the political hurdles to doing so.
The projects are being undertaken by private equity firms and are in a unique position, with the federal government providing the land to develop them.
They are in addition to a $30 million loan the Obama administration has promised the company to build the Keystone XL pipeline, a pipeline that will connect Canada with the Gulf Coast.
Trump’s proposed $1.8 trillion tax overhaul, passed by Congress earlier this month, also aims to make the private equity sector more attractive to companies looking to invest in the United States.
A major plank of the tax overhaul is the elimination of tax breaks for private equity companies.
It also requires companies to disclose information about the types of investments they have made.
The U.S. Chamber of Commerce, a major private equity backer, has been a vocal supporter of the pipeline, which it says will bring millions of jobs to the country.
Trump has not said whether he will veto the tax reform bill.
In a tweet on Monday, he said he will be “looking into” the tax legislation.