Wylie Clark's recent assignments include an on-site placement in a Russian natural gas company, where he assisted in its efforts towards developing a large-scale upstream and LNG liquefaction project. While in Russia, Mr. Clark developed a financial model to analyze the economic effects of various upstream development programs, and led a technical and financial sales team in the marketing of a major hydrocarbon production asset. Other assignments include due diligence and financial analysis on behalf of a lender bank for a large Middle Eastern telecom project, and a comprehensive analysis of shipping options for an Atlantic Basin regasification project that covered capex/opex considerations and sponsor equity requirements.
Prior to joining Taylor-DeJongh, Mr. Clark held positions at Lehman Brothers, where he tracked pending energy legislation and regulations for market and sector impacts, and at the U.S. Commerce Department, where he researched energy related commercial issues and trade barriers.
Mr. Clark has an M.A. in International Affairs from The George Washington University (concentrations in Russia, Energy, and International Finance) and a B.A. from Johns Hopkins University.