Gulf Coast Western, LLC is an oil and gas company. This organization combines a broad range of talent, resources, and experience to acquire oil reserves in the United States. Gulf Coast Western pioneers in the exploration of geological sites rich in geophysical features.
Entrepreneur Matthew Fleeger works as the chief executive officer and president of the company. This oil establishment attributes its success to its partnerships and friendships it has formed with key stakeholders over the years.
Gulf Coast Western’s partnerships
This company has been in business since 1970. Its headquarters is in Dallas, but the company has operations in parts of Colorado, Mississippi, Louisiana, Texas, and Oklahoma. In Louisiana, the company has formed two significant partnerships with core stakeholders. Among its partners is Orbit Gulf Coast Exploration situated in Lafayette.
This company has acquired data on numerous wells and drilled on 140 sites. These efforts have resulted in the production of about 30 million barrels of oil. Through this organization, Gulf Coast Exploration has been able to develop various areas in Cameron, Acadia, Allen, Evangeline, and Calcasieu.
This organization has also partnered with Warhorse Oil and Gas as well as Union Gas, Zachry Exploration, Neuman Production, LLOX, and Endeavor NG. The wells identified by these establishments have been found to produce 800 barrels of oil daily.
With these many collaborations, Gulf Coast Western intends to enhance productivity through increasing workover on the existing wells. Additionally, Gulf Coast Western has secured ownership of 3D seismic data and 42 square miles of land in Evangeline.
This company intends to use the acquisitions to grow their production capabilities in the Louisiana area. This organization also has ties to the Northcore Energy Ltd, a conglomerate situated in Dallas. This company has acquired about 50% of this firms assets which has expanded Gulf Coast Western presence in Shoats Creek, Louisiana. This partnership generates millions of barrels worth of oil production.