Hydrogen is the most abundant element in the universe, making up almost 75% of all matter. As a zero-emissions energy carrier, it stands to reason that as the world works to decarbonize our energy systems, the ability to tap into this vast resource would go a long way to satisfying our overall energy needs. Globally, governments, including Canada’s federal and various provincial governments have concluded that hydrogen will form part of our energy mix, not least of all because of its potential as a much lower-carbon fuel than traditional hydrocarbons.

GLJ works to unlock hydrogen’s potential as a flexible clean energy carrier for decarbonizing multiple heavy emitting and difficult-to-abate sectors. Our multidisciplinary hydrogen team includes engineering, geoscience, and business strategy expertise.

GLJ Hydrogen Specialization

Subsurface storage assessment and development
  • CO2 sequestration in deep saline aquifers and depleted hydrocarbon reservoirs
  • H2 storage in subsurface salt caverns
  • Candidate identification, FEED studies, project development, project management, operations support
Strategic planning
  • Decarbonization alternatives assessment
  • Custom research reports
  • Custom training and education programs
Independent economic evaluations

GLJ’s hydrogen research has been shared with:

  • Alberta Chamber of Resources Energy Innovation Task Group
  • Canadian Heavy Oil Association (CHOA)
  • Daily Oil Bulletin (DOB)
  • Canadian Society of Unconventional Resources (CSUR)
  • Society of Petroleum Engineers (SPE)
  • Canadian Trade Commissioner Services

Hydrogen Production Process

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