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Reserves 101 with GLJ

Reserves 101 with GLJ

What are Reserves, how do we estimate them, and who uses them? Join GLJ as they walk through the key aspects, techniques and applications surrounding the reporting and disclosure requirements of Canadian Reserves Evaluations.


About GLJ

GLJ is Canada’s premier energy consulting group. With over 50 years of experience, we help our partners make strategic decisions to ensure responsible and sustainable energy development. Our team of engineers, geoscientists and business professionals are future-thinking international leaders in traditional and emerging energy services. We work with our clients to navigate the ever-changing energy landscape and provide the data-driven analysis required to develop tailored, sustainable business and operational strategies.


Please limit your ticket purchase to one per person. Each attendee must provide their name for entrance at the venue if attending in-person.


In-person registration will close on April 23rd at 12PM sharp. Virtual registrations will remain open until event start.

  • Date/Time

    Thursday, April 25, 2024


    Registration: 11:45 AM MDT

    Start Time: 12:00 PM MDT

    End Time: 1:00 PM MDT

  • Location



    Physical Location:


    Mountain View Room

    The Bow, Floor 54

    500 Centre St S, Calgary, AB T2G 0E3


    Virtual Location:



    *This event will only be held live, and will not be recorded or available post-event.

  • Speaker Bio

    Trisha MacDonald, B.Sc. Eng
    Vice President Engineering, GLJ

    Trisha joined GLJ in 2004. Early in Trisha’s tenure at GLJ, she began to specialize in tight gas evaluations and resource studies throughout northeastern BC and northwestern Alberta, specifically the exploration and development plays of the Montney oil, gas and liquid rich gas pools. Since 2012, her scope has evolved to include international reservoir studies and evaluations, as well as Canadian heavy oil and in situ reservoir evaluations. In 2020, Trisha became the Senior Manager of Engineering. In this role, she has led multi-disciplinary teams while working with GLJ’s clients to elevate their businesses in many areas, such as integrated studies, prospect analysis, CCUS and EOR projects and reserves evaluations. Trisha also teaches courses internally at GLJ and externally for industry, government, and post-secondary institutions.

    Trisha is also an active member of the Association of Professional Engineers and Geoscientists of Alberta (APEGA) and the Society of Petroleum Engineers (SPE).)

  • **Please Note

    Lunch will be provided for in-person attendees. Please include any dietary restrictions during the online registration process.


    Upon registration, you will receive a confirmation email with the event details including a Zoom link. Please keep this email readily available for event day as no reminders will be sent.

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