Provincial disputes over plans to expand the capacity of the existing Trans Mountain oil pipeline could have U.S. consequences, analysis shows. A Kinder Morgan -led consortium planned to expand the Trans Mountain network to the western coast of Canada, tripling its design capacity to 890,000 barrels per day. But after spending more than $800 million (USD) on the project since petitioning the federal government in 2013, the group said opposition to the pipeline was creating risk to its shareholders and it may shelve the plan. That opposition, the consortium added, has led to increased provincial tensions. British Columbia has filed legislation that could limit the flow of Alberta’s oil, while Alberta proposed its own legislation that could block […]