Energy consultancy GLJ marks 50 years in business

03 June 2022 1 min. read
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GLJ, a Calgary-based energy sector consulting firm, celebrated its 50th anniversary yesterday.

Founded in 1972, GLJ has advised private and public sector clients on a variety of energy plays and projects around the world. The consultancy’s team of 100+ engineers, economists, and geoscientist work with hundreds of local and global clients annually, including producers, government agencies, Indigenous groups, cleantech firms, startups, and financial and legal industry firms.

GLJ offers consulting in oil and gas reserves and resources, emerging energy and innovation, technical services, litigation support, strategy, M&A, ESG, and training. The firm – which has mapped every reservoir in the Western Canadian Sedimentary Basin – also provides proprietary products in price forecasting and industry intelligence.

Caralyn Bennett and Jodi Anhorn

GLJ also has more than 30 years of experience in carbon capture, utilization, and storage (CCUS) – with expertise across site selection, economics, and utilizing carbon as a commodity. The firm has advised on CO2 projects for government, producer, midstream, and industrial clients in Canada and globally.

"For 50 years, GLJ has been a leading global energy consultant, helping our partners adapt to an everchanging energy landscape," said Jodi Anhorn, president and CEO of GLJ. "We take pride in being detail-oriented and developing tailored, sustainable strategies that lead to successful projects for our clients. It is a true honour to celebrate our 50-year milestone with our team, clients, and partners."

Anhorn added, "At GLJ, we are future-thinking and want our clients to thrive in our new world of energy. This means continuing to be at the forefront of innovation in carbon capture, utilization, and storage and the fast-evolving hydrogen sector."