• Senior Lecturer
Bryan Maggard

Educational Background

  • PhD, petroleum engineering, Texas A&M University, College Station, Texas, 2000
  • MS, petroleum engineering, Texas A&M University, College Station, Texas, 1990
  • BS, petroleum engineering, Texas A&M University, College Station, Texas, 1987

Research Interests

    • Thermal recovery methods
    • Applied reservoir simulation
    • Numerical methods and application of computing

Awards & Honors

  • 2014 Superior Energy Services Excellence in Service Faculty award

Selected Publications

  • Maggard, J.B.: "Modeling and Analysis of Plunger Lift for Water Removal From Tight Gas Wells," Ph.D. Dissertation, Texas A&M University, August 2000.
  • Maggard, J.B., Wattenbarger, R.A., and Scott, S.L.: "Modeling Plunger Lift for Water Removal From Gas Wells," SPE 59747 presented at the SPE/CERI Gas Technology Symposium, Calgary, April 3-5, 2000.
  • Wattenbarger, R.A., Maggard, J.B. and El-Banbi, A.H: "Behavior of Tight Gas Reservoirs," Advances in the Economics of Energy and Resources, J.R. Moroney (ed.), JAI Press, Greenwich, Connecticut, Vol 11, 143-160, 1999.
  • Wattenbarger, R.A., El-Banbi, A.H., Villegas, M.E. and Maggard J.B.: "Production Analysis of Linear Flow Into Fractured Tight Gas Wells," SPE 39931 presented at the SPE Rocky Mountain Regional Meeting / Low-Permeability Reservoir Symposium, Denver, April 5-8, 1998.
  • Wattenbarger, R.A., Maggard, J.B., Villegas, M.E., and El-Banbi, A.H.: "Case Histories of the Hubbert Model for Selected Oil Producing Regions," Advances in the Economics of Energy and Resources, J.R. Moroney (ed.), JAI Press, Greenwich, Connecticut, Vol 10, 111-129, 1997.