“EAG not only has established itself as being the best-in-class and most referred independent consulting and full-scale outsourcing to the Oil & Gas industry, but the team has fostered a culture that is second to none. EAG has supported me personally and professionally throughout my career from knowledge transfer and training, to flex travel schedules or being supportive when I decide to make a career change. EAG has created an organization that is revered in any industry.”
As a Senior Manager in Business Development, Ryan is focused on creating new client engagements and vendor relationship, as well as maintaining existing relationships. He is dedicated to understanding the challenges businesses face and collaborating with them to identify best in class technologies and outsourcing solutions to better manage their business.
Ryan Tart is a Senior Manager, Business Development at EAG Inc., and originally joined EAG in 2014 as an Analyst on the Consulting Delivery team. During his first few years at EAG, Ryan supported large-scale Land Management System Implementation projects. His expertise includes Land Administration, Land Operations, and Division Order. He has also led strategy projects for Onshore and Offshore organizations. Ryan holds a Bachelor’s degree in Agribusiness from Texas A&M University in College Station. He is actively involved in the oil and gas community and is a member of the Dallas Petroleum Club, AAPL, and DAPL.
Prior to joining EAG Inc., Ryan spent four years in the Downstream segment of Oil & Gas. He worked for two software vendors, where he implemented Inventory Management and Supply Chain solutions for multinational companies. Ryan provided subject matter expertise in Business Development, Product Design, Configuration, Testing, Training, Application Maintenance, and Reporting for clients such as Chevron, 7-Eleven, Costco, Phillips 66, and Sunoco.
Ryan enjoys spending time with his wife and daughter, and he spends his free time golfing, fly fishing, cooking, and expanding his bourbon collection.