Ron Liepert Minister of Energy

July 2011
Alberta Views;Jul/Aug2011, Vol. 14 Issue 6, p41
The article offers information on Ron Lipert, Minister of Energy of Alberta. It states that Lipert is serving his second term representing Calgary-West. It states that his responsibility as Minister of Energy covers natural gas, oil sands, and petrochemicals. It presents a quote from National Geographic which discusses the harmful effect of oil sands.


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