Minister of State for Energy and Water Resources
|Minister of State for Energy and Water Resources|
|Style||The Right Honourable|
|Term length||At His Majesty's pleasure|
|Formation||16 March 1992|
The Minister of State for Energy and Water Resources is a Cabinet portfolio in the Guelphian government responsible for the Ministry of Energy and Water Resources. The current Minister of State for Energy and Water Resourcesis the Rt Hon. Senator Myfanwy Parker.
The post is the most junior portfolio in the Cabinet.
List of Ministers of State for Energy and Water Resources
|Party Affiliation||In office||Duration||Prime Minister||Cabinet ministries|
|-|| Myfanwy Parker
(born 15 September 1958)
Senator by appointment
|Democratic Party||13 March 2012 – present||Incumbent||Matthew Jones||56th|
References and notes
- The Administrative Arrangements Order (No. 1) 1992, was the Administrative Arrangements Order that established the Ministry of Energy and Water Resources and the office of Minister of State.
- The salary of the Minister of State for Energy and Water Resources is derived from his position as a member of Parliament and as a holder of a ministerial office. As of the opening of the 56th Parliament, all Senators and MHAs receive a salary of £1,170, plus a £47 per sitting day (not including a per diem amount for expenses). In addition, the Minister of State for Energy and Water Resources receives an additional salary of £918.