Premier Scott Moe, right, points to a jar of lithium carbonate on his desk, beside the camera.

 

Pipeline Online editor Brian Zinchuk spoke with Premier Scott Moe on Dec. 12 in a year-end interview. In Part 4, Moe discussed lithium, helium, rare earth elements, potash, copper, uranium and agriculture value-added processing.  “We have the fuel of today, but also the fuel of tomorrow, in our province,” Moe said. Also, Moe is asked about provincial geologists who’ve done pioneering work in these areas.

Editor’s note: The Lithium in Saskatchewan series will resume in the new year.

 

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Year End with Premier Scott Moe, Part 3: Investment reluctance, LNG and Germany, nuclear

Year End with Premier Scott Moe, Part 2: oil prices, differentials, federal issues, pipelines and immigration

Year End with Premier Scott Moe, Part 1: Energy security; war in Ukraine; wind, solar and coal power