Matthew Fleeger on Driving Gulf Coast Western to New Heights
Matthew Fleeger of Gulf Coast Western heads Gulf Coast Western as its CEO and President. The company deals with gas and oil prospects in the Gulf Coast zone. The company’s operations spread across Texas, Mississippi, Louisiana, Alabama, and Oklahoma. The oil and gas company also acts as the managing venture of Joint Ventures, an investment platform that has proved to offer massive returns to investors over time.
Since its inception 40 years ago, Gulf Coast Western has continued to achieve massive success in the oil and gas industry, despite the challenges that unsettle the industry. This exponential growth can be majorly attributed to crucial partnerships and acquisitions that the company has been involved with over time.
To guarantee profitability, Gulf Coast Western carefully analyses all investment opportunities through well-formulated selection criteria. These criteria help to lower risks and ensure a high return on investment.
The oil and gas company has continued to acquire multiple acres of land and leverage technology over the years. This strategy helps to shield the company from the uncertainties in the oil and gas industry.
Matthew Fleeger Gulf Coast Western has continued to drive the company to new heights year after year. He brings aboard extensive knowledge from the corporate world, having worked in different companies for several years.
After graduating from Southern Methodist University with a Business Administration degree, Matthew joined Gulf Coast Western in 1986. His father was the company’s head at the time, making it easy for Matthew to learn the fine details of the gas and oil industry.
In 1993, Matt Fleeger spotted a business opportunity in medical waste disposal. He left Gulf Coast Western and started Med Solutions. This medical waste disposal company focused on the disposal, treatment, and transportation of medical waste for institutions and facilities dealing with healthcare.
Matthew sold his shareholding in Med Solutions in 2007 and rejoined Gulf Coast Western to head it as its CEO.