Dajahi Wiley

Dajahi Wiley


Dajahi is a graduate of Cornell University, where he earned his Bachelor of Arts in Government. His work largely focuses on energy. His analyses help readers to identify and understand micro- and macro-level drivers and trends. Follow on Twitter @DWCommentary.

Recent articles

Why Did This Company's CEO Sell 84% of His Shares?

Diamondback Energy announced a secondary common stock offering last month, but major investors may have pushed for it because the company's impressive run is coming to an end.

Don't Buy or Sell Petrobras Without Reading This

For Petrobras to enjoy continued growth, successful offshore operations are a necessity. Government interference and debt levels complicate the company's efforts to attain this success.

What Is the Tuscaloosa Commotion All About?

The shale play is being heavily hyped and bet on by a number of people and companies, but how much potential does it have, and who are the major players there today?

Iraqi Oil Is a Dream Deferred

Increasing levels of violence, chronic instability, and government ineptitude may devastate Iraqi oil production.

Libya Is a Losing Gamble

Companies that scale back operations in Libya are cutting their exposure to unnecessary geopolitical risk.

Opportunity Knocks in Mexico

Which companies are best positioned to capitalize on the denationalization of Mexico's oil and gas sector?