Gulf Coast Western activities include exploring, developing, and acquiring domestic oil and gas reserves in the southwest and Gulf Coast regions of the United States. Matthew H. Fleeger serves as the CEO for the managing venture company, founded in 1970, in Dallas, Texas. The firm builds partnerships with investors in the industry to combine their experience, resources, and talents. Each investor is educated to learn the benefits and risks of oil and gas exploration investments. Gulf Coast Western is also a philanthropist, financially supporting seven non-profit organizations and charities.

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As managing venture partners, investors have 100 percent control over their joint ventures with protection. Gulf Coast Western conduct partnerships with complete transparency, honesty, and integrity. The oil and gas investment management company have acquired drilling locations, wells, acres of property, and leases, in Texas, Alabama, Oklahoma, Colorado, Louisiana, and Mississippi. In 2016, an acquisition transaction was closed to purchase Orbit Energy Partners, LLC. From 2013 to 2015, the firm acquired interests in 13 wells, 3,500 acres for drilling, and 29,000 acres in block leases.

During the same time, Mr. Fleeger acquired Frac Restraints, LLC and CND Energy Services, resulting in the formation of the subsidiary, Gulf Coast Western Energy Services. These acquisitions are for the main purpose of generating revenue with tax benefits. The investment opportunity offerings are for long-term with high expectations for success for joint venture partners and the company. Investors are provided with advisory resources and technology support in due diligence in all partnership agreements.

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Philanthropy activities play a major role in giving back to communities and non-profit organizations, requiring millions of dollars in donations. The company supports children’s health, education, and medical research with Shriners Children, Medical Center of Dallas, Research Hospital, Smile Train, and Parish Episcopal School. Gulf Coast Western also contributes financially to The Family Place which helps families start a new beginning by providing housing and employment resources. These organizations help the homeless, cancer patients, and children suffering from diseases and illnesses. For 48 years, the investment partners continue to help non-profits with the mission of healing the sick and providing shelter.