Moe called the move "a devastating blow to North American energy security".
Like in the U.S., the issue of the Keystone XL pipeline is hotly-debated in Canada. Thus, leaks are also more likely to occur.
Alan Olson, executive director of the Montana Petroleum Association, a trade group of oil, gas and related companies, said the environmental damage of the pipeline "has been all hype".
"Killing the Keystone XL pipeline once and for all is a clear indication that climate action is a priority for the White House".
"There's two things Canada should do", he said.
"He had opposed the Keystone pipeline. and he's been consistent in his view and he was delivering on a promise he made to the American public during the campaign". Rejoining the deeply flawed Paris Climate Accord and blocking the Keystone XL Pipeline will eliminate jobs, increase the cost of energy, and embolden our adversaries.
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"Now is the time for our nations to strengthen our trading relationship, not erect further barriers to collaborative and sustainable development", he said in a statement.
A Biden spokeswoman said the president's first call to a foreign leader would be to Trudeau on Friday. "The loss of this important project only makes that harder", he said.
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"We are disappointed but acknowledge the President's decision", Trudeau said in a statement that also praised other climate actions Biden took Wednesday.
TC Energy approved spending US$8 billion in the spring of 2020 to complete Keystone XL after the Alberta government agreed to invest about US$1.1 billion (C$1.5 billion) as equity and guarantee a US$4.2-billion project loan.
The pipeline is projected to carry oil almost 1,200 miles (1,900km) from the Canadian province of Alberta down to Nebraska, to join an existing pipeline.
According to the Natural Resources Defense Council, KXL is an expansion of the existing Keystone pipeline that would increase the amount of oil that could be transported from Alberta, Canada to the Gulf Coast of Texas in the US.