Gulf Coast Western is the company behind the operations of Gas and Oil General Partnerships. The company also called Joint ventures combines talent and expertise in its exploration procedures. Gulf Coast Western specializes in developing and acquiring energy reserves. Additionally, it’s an expert in exploring gas and oil reserves throughout America’s gulf coast area.
The firm applies its expertise in the industry to identify the areas that are geophysical and geologically fit for exploration. Gulf Coast Western collaborates with partners that would bring potential returns at the lowest risk terms procedure. Matthew Fleeger, the company’s Chief Executive Officer, and President is the man behind the company’s success.
Fleeger admits that Gulf Coast Western’s success lies behind the successful collaborations with dedicated partners. He acknowledged that the company operates under the pillars of honesty, respect, mutual trust, and integrity. Matthew is quick to mention that the company intends to spread its services beyond the United States in the future. He admits that the Gulf coast wants to add more thousands of acres of land for exploring to its portfolio.
The success of Gulf Coast Western came through working together with over one thousand partners. The firm has operated the exploration business for close to have a century now. Although the main offices are in Dallas, the Texas, Colorado, Mississippi, Oklahoma, and Louisiana offices help in connecting with the partners.
Most of its exploration activities happen in Southwestern Louisiana. Gulf Coast collaborated with Orbit Gulf Coast Exploration in acquiring a massive chunk of the area’s oil deposits. Over 30 million barrels of oil from 140 drilling stations emerged from the collaboration. Besides, Gulf Coast Western acquired the rights of operating 13 producing wells.
The collaboration with Northcote Energy Ltd added 4 million barrels to the Gulf Coast’s portfolio. The oil comes from Beauregard Parish located in Shoats Creek Field, a wealthy oil-producing deposit at Louisiana. Those are but a few collaborations involving the company and other partners. Matthew Fleeger notes that the company’s quest for more gas and oil production continues.