Kathryn Siriram is a Geosolutions Geophysicist at the Western Geco/ Petrotechnical Services division of Schlumberger in the UK. She received her BSc and MSc in Geology from Imperial College London and the University of Melbourne, where she was awarded the Duke of Edinburgh recognition for academic excellence. She also received her MSc in Resources and Energy Management from University College London School of Energy and Resources, Australia, where she produced a dissertation on Government Initiatives to promote Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy in Trinidad and Tobago. She worked as a Renewable Energy research assistant at the Arthur Lok Jack School of Business under the supervision of Dr Zaffar Khan where she coauthored articles in various areas including shale gas, renewable energy and energy efficiency. She is
an Affiliate Member of the Energy Institute in London.