The widespread flooding in British Columbia has forced Trans Mountain Pipeline Corp. to shut down its pipeline system and suspend work on its expansion project. The deadly storm that hammered B.C. with heavy rain brought floods and mudslides , stranded drivers, destroyed sections of highway and forced thousands of people to flee their homes. Search-and-rescue crews and the Canadian Armed Forces are helping with the response. Oil prices on track for declines after volatile week Eli Hartman/The Associated Press About this newsletter The Energy newsletter covers the Canadian and international energy industry and is sent daily on weekdays. To unsubscribe, use the link at the bottom of every email communication. Or log in to manage your Communication Settings . Can’t log in yet? Registration is free and allows you to read more for free. Tips to stay logged in . For delivery issues related to […]