Gulf Coast Western is a family-owned company that was founded in 1970. Based in Dallas, the company has offices in Colorado, Texas, Oklahoma, Mississippi, and Louisiana. Its footprint in Southwestern Louisiana continues to expand each day thanks to its partnership with Orbit Gulf Coast Exploration.
The partnership helped Gulf Coast Western acquire all the assets belonging to the Lafayette-based Orbit Energy Partners. Through this acquisition, the company has gained access to 3D seismic data as well as rights to explore hundreds of square miles in Southwestern Louisiana.
A Brief Look into Gulf Coast Western
Gulf Coast Western, a limited liability company currently manages Joint Ventures, also known as Managing Venture of gas and oil Partnerships. In the industry, the firm’s main role is The main The primary objective of the oil company is to acquire, develop, and explore local oil and gas reserves situated in the United States Gulf region.
The company is able to do this by blending experience, resources, industry know-how, and talent. It typically focusses on assets proven to possess geophysical and geological advantages. The properties it considers also need to have structures that are well-developed. As such, it mainly deals with ventures that have minimal risks to its investment partners.
Mathew Fleeger— Gulf Coast Western CEO and President
Mathew is the CEO and president of the company. He is renowned in the oil and gas exploration industry for his vast knowledge in tanning industries, waste management, and oil and gas exploration. Industry insiders recognize him for his entrepreneurial, strategic planning, contract negotiation, and team building efforts.
Before taking up this role, Mathew Fleeger founded a company known as MedSolutions. The company specialized in transporting, disposing, and treating medical waste obtained from companies in the healthcare industry. He was the company CEO and president for close to 13 years. He later sold the company to an industry leader known as Stericycle.