BRENDAN DUVAL, Chief Executive Officer & Founder

Brendan Duval is the Chief Executive Officer and Founder of Glenfarne Energy Transition, with over 25 years of experience in global infrastructure. Brendan founded Glenfarne Energy Transition's parent company, Glenfarne Group, in 2011 and remains responsible for the strategic direction of the company. He leads a management team with over $20 billion of transactional experience and also maintains the role as an active executive chairman and CEO for its operating entities.

Since founding Glenfarne Group, Mr. Duval has led the company toward significant growth raising more than $4 billion of capital since 2015 and successfully completing 15 mergers and acquisitions over the same time period.

Prior to his current leadership position, Mr. Duval had a long career at Macquarie Group, from 1998 to 2011. He helped launch the North and South American business for Macquarie’s infrastructure franchise in 2000. He served as a Senior Managing Director of Macquarie Capital in New York from 2007 to 2011 and was a founding member of Macquarie Capital’s U.S. Management Committee. Mr. Duval is also the former CEO of a number of Macquarie’s direct investment infrastructure businesses. Mr. Duval holds a Bachelor of Engineering (Focus Robotics) and a Bachelor of Commerce (Major in Accounting, Minor in Economics), both from the Australian National University. He completed a number of his Robotics electives at The Pennsylvania State University in preparation for his senior thesis on robotic control.


BRYAN MURPHY, Head of Power & General Counsel

Bryan Murphy serves as Head of Power & General Counsel for Glenfarne Energy Transition He is also Managing Director and General Counsel for Glenfarne Energy Transition's parent company, Glenfarne Group, where he has been responsible for helping to transform Glenfarne’s Latin American renewables and grid stability business, EnfraGen, into one of the fastest growing companies in the region. He also has been integral to all of Glenfarne’s transactional, investment, asset management, and project development efforts since joining the firm in 2014, including the successful award-winning refinancing of the EnfraGen business in 2020.

Mr. Murphy has more than 20 years of experience in infrastructure investment, law, engineering, asset management and project development. Prior to joining Glenfarne, Mr. Murphy was an attorney at Vinson & Elkins LLP, representing clients in the financing, acquisition and development of energy and infrastructure projects in the Americas. Mr. Murphy has also held positions with Goldman Sachs, Leydig, Voit & Meyer and E3 Consulting. Early in his career, Mr. Murphy worked as an engineer, including as an independent engineer advising on power asset transactions. Mr. Murphy has a B.S. in mechanical engineering, an M.A. in Latin American, Caribbean and Iberian Studies, and a J.D. from the University of Wisconsin.



Vlad Bluzer leads Glenfarne Energy Transition's Global LNG business and serves as Head of Project Finance. Mr. Bluzer is also a Managing Director at Glenfarne Group with responsibility over IACX Energy, Magnolia LNG, and Texas LNG. Mr. Bluzer joined Glenfarne in 2011, and he has been a vital part of the company’s successful growth and the more than $4 billion in capital deployed from over 25 institutional partners.

Mr. Bluzer has more than 20 years of experience in principal investing and project financing. Prior to his current position, Mr. Bluzer was an Associate Director at National Australia Bank’s Hong Kong and Shanghai offices, responsible for investment banking and funding solutions across Asia Pacific, having been instrumental in building the bank’s advisory and principal investing capabilities in the region. Before relocating to Asia, Mr. Bluzer had a successful career with National Australia Bank’s Project Finance team based in Sydney, Australia, where he focused on the provision of non-recourse project financing for projects from all major industry sectors. Mr. Bluzer holds a B.S. in Actuarial Sciences from the University of New South Wales.


ENRIQUE REUS JIMENO, Chief Financial Officer

Enrique Reus Jimeno serves as Chief Financial Officer of Glenfarne Energy Transition, and Glenfarne Group. Since joining Glenfarne in 2015, he has built and led a finance and accounting team that has successfully overseen the Company's significant growth through acquisitions and greenfield developments from one asset to more than 40 today.

Mr. Reus has over 15 years of professional financial and accounting experience. Prior to joining Glenfarne, Mr. Reus worked at leading global infrastructure and services operator, Ferrovial S.A., from 2008 to 2015. While there he spent almost 5 years as Deputy CFO of the U.S. Ferrovial subsidiary Webber, LLC. Prior to that, Mr. Reus worked at Ernst & Young’s Madrid office from 2005 to 2008, as an auditor within the construction and infrastructure group. Mr. Reus holds a B.D. in Business Administration from Universidad Complutense de Madrid.


CARL STRICKLER, Head of Construction

Carl Strickler serves as Glenfarne Energy Transition's Head of Construction and has been a Managing Director at Glenfarne Group since 2013. Mr. Strickler heads the planning and development of GET's major capital projects including its LNG and power projects. Mr. Strickler has led the planning, development, and construction of five grid stability plants, 18 solar projects and other Glenfarne major capital projects.

Mr. Strickler has more than 30 years of proven experience in planning, developing, financing, building, and operating large-scale, complex projects in the electric generation and bioenergy industries, with a particular focus on the use of renewable and sustainable resources. He has held senior executive level positions with independent power developers and has successfully developed, financed, designed, built, and operated multiple projects that employ innovative technologies to produce renewable electricity, fuels, and products from waste materials. Mr. Strickler holds a B.S. in Mechanical Engineering from the University of Delaware.


JOHN WALKER AM , Chairman - Asia

John Walker AM joined Glenfarne Group in 2021, serving as Chairman – Asia responsible for Glenfarne Energy Transition's business development and expansion on the continent. Mr. Walker has more than 30 years of experience as a business leader in the Asia Pacific region, having formerly led both Macquarie Korea and Macquarie Capital, Asia as Chairman responsible for over $30 billion in successful transactions across the region. Mr. Walker has notable executive experience in public and private companies focused on global infrastructure development primarily in Asia, including Eastpoint Partners and the Private Infrastructure Development Group. In addition to his business experience, Mr. Walker has served in various infrastructure related roles in Australian Governments, which helped earn him recognition as a Member of the Order of Australia (Equivalent to a Knighthood in the British System) in 1999 for services to economic reform and contribution to the design of the transportation plan for the 2000 Sydney Olympics. Mr. Walker holds an Honors degree in politics from the University of New England in Australia.