Matthew Fleeger Competence in Managing Energy Corporations

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Though not popular to many people, the energy industry is well known for having high returns and consistency demands. Matthew Fleeger is a dedicated businessman who has rich experience in the exploration of domestic oil and natural gas. Currently, he serves as the president and CEO of Gulf Coast Western LLC.

Gulf Coast Western LLC is a corporation focused on investing in oil and gas production. The company through the able leadership of Matthew Fleeger combines resources and talent to explore, develop and acquire domestic oil and natural gas. The company focuses on geological well-developed structures.

Matthew career is noteworthy for his rich experience in managing teams, negotiating skills, and entrepreneurship skills. Prior to his current position, he has served in other supreme positions such as co-founding Medsolutions. MedSolutions Inc. is a diverse corporation specializing in logistics, disposing and recycling medical waste. In the corporation, he served for 13 years as the CEO and also as the president.

Matthew Fleeger attended the Southern Methodist University where he graduated with a degree in business administration. In the institution, he acquired and sharpened his skills in finance and marketing. Under Matthews leadership, Gulf coast LLC has experienced tremendous growth. The family-owned business has expanded through virtue of partnerships. The company has partnered with two corporations, Orbit energy partners and warhorse oil and gas.

The partnership with Orbit Energy Partners has created room for Gulf Coast Western to obtain rights to invest and explore oil and gas wells that it couldn’t invest in before. Together, the two corporations are working in 13 oil-producing wells. The partners are also in the processing of exploring 140 defined drilling locations with approximated 30 million barrels of oil.

According to Matthew Fleeger, the partnership with Orbit Energy Partners has created room for gulf coast to develop hundreds of prospects in an agreement that involves an area nearly 1,000 square miles in Allen, Beauregard, Calcasieu, Cameron, and Acadia.