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Grant Grant holds a Master of Engineering degree from Imperial College-London (UK), an MBA from Leeds University (UK) and is a Chartered Engineer with the Engineering Council. Grant has extensive experience in the management and delivery of multi-disciplined engineering projects, as well Group wide management of heavy engineering and processing plant and equipment in operational environments.  He has held a number of senior positions across the steel, mineral/mining and utility sectors, with responsibilities in the UK, as well as globally within the steel sector. Grant has led the 900MW IGCC power station project proposed by Powerfuel Power at Hatfield in the UK for the past three years.  Within this role he has managed in full the development of the project through planning, design engineering, procurement and contracting to be able to take the project forward to construction commencing in 2010. 

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