GLJ promotes Jonathan Hagel to VP of corporate evaluations

15 August 2023 2 min. read
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GLJ, a Calgary-based energy sector consulting firm, has promoted Jonathan Hagel to vice president of corporate evaluations.

In his new role, Hagel will oversee public and private corporate reserve evaluations – which forecast production of existing and planned oil wells to estimate monetary value. He will also advise on acquisitions and divestitures, regulatory filings, financing, and reserve-based lending.

Hagel has been at GLJ since 2008 and has deep expertise in evaluating secondary and tertiary enhanced oil recovery schemes and evaluating reservoirs within the Western Canadian Sedimentary Basin.

He holds a bachelor’s degree in chemical engineering from the University of Calgary and a professional engineer certification.

GLJ promotes Jonathan Hagel to VP of corporate evaluations

“Congratulations to Jonathan Hagel on his well-deserved promotion to Vice President, Corporate Evaluations at GLJ Ltd!” the consultancy said in a LinkedIn post. “Since joining GLJ in 2008, Jonathan has continuously showcased his exceptional expertise in public and private corporate reserves and resource evaluations. His insights have undoubtedly played a crucial role in driving GLJ's growth and success.”

GLJ also announced Caralyn Bennett, EVP and chief strategy officer, is leaving the firm. Bennett has been at the company for the last 25 years and served as chief strategy officer for over seven years.

“We appreciate Ms. Bennett's dedication and efforts during her tenure with us,” said Jodi Anhorn, president and CEO. “Her expertise has been an important part of guiding our company's strategic growth. We send our warmest wishes as she embarks on new opportunities."

GLJ celebrated its 50th anniversary last year. The company provides consulting in oil and gas reserves and resources, emerging energy and innovation, technical services, litigation support, strategy, M&A, ESG, and training. It also offers proprietary price forecasting and industry intelligence products.

GLJ’s 100+ engineers, economists, and geoscientists advise corporate, government, and Indigenous community clients.