Ms. Melanie Trim is an energy engineer with a wealth of diversified experience within the energy sector both locally and internationally. In 2011, she attained her BSc. in Petroleum Engineering at the University of Oklahoma, and gained invaluable wellsite experience offshore Trinidad and Tobago. She also worked in the United Kingdom where she received robust training in reservoir simulating, geoengineering, and
modelling of assets within North Sea, and was an integral member of the Subsurface Technical Team
during multiple drilling campaigns. Ms. Trim furthered her academics in Edinburgh Scotland, and
graduated in 2015 with her Master of Science in Reservoir Evaluation and Management from Heriot Watt
University.

Currently, Ms. Melanie Trim is the Manager of Energy Resources within the Department of Energy at the
Tobago House of Assembly. She spearheads a host of clean energy projects, as a result of her proactive
initiative in fortifying herself with training and certifications in Renewable Energy technology and
Sustainable development strategies to embrace the imminent energy transition, in light of the global
climate change and net-zero carbon agenda. Ms. Melanie Trim has served on Tobago’s Post-COVID
Roadmap to Recovery Team as the Renewable Energy expert, is serving on the Cabinet appointed
Permanent Local Content Committee for the energy sector, and is a part of the Integrated Resource and
Resilience planning for Trinidad and Tobago’s electricity sector.

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