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Costain picks its new energy director

Matt Browell-Hook has been appointed by Costain to be its new energy director.

He has more than 18 years of energy market experience.

Matt joins the team from Kent, where he had responsibility for oil and gas within UK and Europe and focused on the management of assets through their lifecycle and the energy transition.


At Costain, he will lead the business’s energy portfolio, from strategic advisory through to programme delivery. Matt’s role will see him work with customers, partners, communities and the wider industry with a view to ensuring Costain continues to build on its strong heritage in engineering and design, project delivery and energy solutions to create connected and sustainable infrastructure that helps people and the planet to thrive.

Sam White, natural resources managing director, said: “Our engineering and consultancy experts are supporting customers, industrial clusters, and key stakeholders with their strategic intentions in energy resilience and energy transition. To move more quickly towards a decarbonised economy, Matt will focus on energy transition services to support existing energy organisations and those developing new technologies in the market.”

Matt said: “I have been impressed with the approach to energy transition, and the strong position Costain has in the energy market, with projects such as the South Wales Industrial Cluster, bp Teesside and the Acorn project in Scotland.  I look forward to collaborating with colleagues to further shape, create and deliver engineering and digital solutions to further decarbonise the energy landscape.”

Discover more about Costain’s energy team Energy transition | Costain

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