About Matthew Fleeger and Gulf Coast Western

Matthew Fleeger is an entrepreneur and the current president and Chief Executive Officer of Gulf Coast Western. Fleeger took over the company from his father in 2007 and made significant changes such as gaining assets of other oil businesses and expanding funding of the company’s projects. Fleeger pursued his undergraduate degree in BA from Southern Methodist University.

Matthew Fleeger Professional Career

Before joining Gulf Coast Western, Fleeger founded MedSolutions and served as the director since 1993, and as an official at Palm Beach Tan between 1999 and 2000. He began his professional career as the Vice President of Kinlaw Oil Company in early 1990. Fleeger is usually driven by honesty, creativity, and integrity in all his work.

Fleeger believes principals from the book, The 7 Habits of Highly Effective People written by Stephen Covey, reflect some of his achievements. From his 8.45am daily time of getting to the office, Fleeger develops his usual task list before involving in the day’s activities. Recent innovations and the American ingenuity are among the critical trends that keep him going daily with his professional career.

Gulf Coast Western

Founded in 1970, Gulf Coast Western is headquartered in Dallas, Texas and has offices in other States, which include Mississippi, Oklahoma, Colorado, and Louisiana. The company is family owned with various joint partnerships with major oil exploration companies in the United States. Gulf Coast Western specializes in oil and gas exploration, development and possession of many reserves primarily in the gulf coast of the United States.

Matthew Fleeger management strategies made significant transformations to the company through the use of modern technology to explore and conduct research on oil reserves. Joint partnerships with other firms such as Orbit Gulf Coast Exploration have made the company acquire significant acquisitions of nearly all the assets. Gulf Coast Western owns thirteen wells, one hundred and forty drilling locations, 3D seismic data and thirty million barrels potential oil reserves.