Sheikh Imran ul Haque is a magna cum laude Mechanical Engineer graduate with Master of Science in Industrial Engineering (major in Engineering Administration)-both from Syracuse University, New York.
Imran began his career in 1979 with Niagara Mohawk and worked with Bechtel in the USA in 1981 before joining Exxon Chemical Pakistan Ltd in 1987 after a business development stint in the construction sector of Iraq and Pakistan.
He has held a variety of leadership roles within the Engro including General Manager New Venture Division, Market Development Manager, Information Technology Manager and Mechanical Manager of the then 800ktpa urea fertilizer plant.
Imran has been instrumental in obtaining allocation of permeate/offgas for a 210MWpower project (USD 225m investment); feed gas for the Enven 1.1 mtpa fertilizer project (USD 1.2b investment), in acquisition of Control Engineering Company, in developing the business plan for mobile telephone services and integrated voice, data and video, implementing SAP for Finance and HR functions and managing the largest maintenance turnaround of 60 days to implement the capacity increases at Engro Fertilizer.
He was chief executive officer of Engro Vopak Terminal Limited (since 2006) and senior vice president of Engro Corporation Limited (since 2014) and was driving growth initiatives in marketing RLNG and importing LNG as CEO of Elengy Terminal Pakistan Limited- a subsidiary of Engro Corp. formed in 2012. He spearheaded and built the first 4.5mtpa LNG import infrastructure for Pakistan in 10 months.
Imran has served on the Boards of Inbox Technologies, Avanceon, Engro Energy and Pakistan Steel Mill, EETL, EVTL and ETPL. He is currently Chairman of Petroleum Institute of Pakistan.