Energy infrastructure companies were scrambling on Wednesday to restore pipelines in British Columbia that were shut down by catastrophic flooding, as natural gas prices in the region spiked higher and fears of gasoline shortages grew. Canada’s westernmost province declared a state of emergency after a phenomenon known as an atmospheric river dumped a month’s worth of rain in two days, with one death confirmed after mudslides destroyed roads and left several mountain towns isolated. read more Natural gas customers in the lower mainland of British Columbia and the Pacific Northwest are facing reduced supplies after Enbridge Inc (ENB.TO) shut a segment of its Westcoast pipeline on Tuesday […]