CALGARY, Alberta, Nov 14 (Reuters) - Kinder Morgan Canada Ltd has appealed again to the country's energy regulator, asking it to set up a process to resolve potential disagreements with provincial or municipal governments over its planned Trans Mountain oil pipeline expansion project.



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