Gulf Coast Western
LLC is a manages oil and gas general partnership regarded as joint ventures.
The form focuses on its development through exploitation
and leases acquisitions of properties on the region around Gulf Cost
filled with oil and gas, where they have the potential to grow in thousands of
acres in the future. Also, the company intends to expand to the entire United
States. Using industrial knowledge, combined resources, and experience, the
firm targets to explore and acquire domestic oil and gas reserves located
primarily on the gulf coast region with geological and geophysical advantages and well-set
structures. With such knowledge in investment, Gulf Coast Western looks for the
venture with significant returns potential and risk-free to the partners.
The success of Gulf Coast Western features the open and transparent
relationship of partners. We work with integrity and honesty to maintain the
robust trust and respect that guide us in steering the company forward.
Gulf Coast Western
runs under the leadership of Matthew Fleeger as CEO and president. The individual
appears in the list of international business professionals. Fleeger qualifies
in oil and gas, waste management, and tanning sectors. Under the leadership of Matthew Fleeger, we believe in functional team
building, proper strategic planning, contract negotiations, and entrepreneurial
skillfulness. Before moving to Gulf Cost Western, Fleeger led and founded
MedSolutions, a holding firm working on transportation, treatment, and disposal
of medical wastes from other healthcare companies. The individual served as
president for MedSolutions for over 13 years before selling the venture to
Stericycle, Inc. As a specialist in the tanning
industry, Matthew Fleeger established two venture whose combined
revenue was over $100 million. Matthew Fleeger studied at the Cox School of
Business at Southern Methodist University graduating with a bachelor’s degree
in Business Administration. After completing school, the individual sought
experience and implemented his skillfulness in finance and marketing in the oil
and gas industries.
Alastair Borthwick first-hand experience in war
and adventure gave him a sense of direction where he lived to the fullest as a
writer and a broadcaster. Compared to Alastair Borthwick, not
many people can be able to demonstrate a human condition that they get
subjected to whether good or bad. He wrote and published stories of success and
failure which later led him to his career in broadcasting which eventually
became a perfect match for him. Alastair Borthwick was an excellent storyteller
who spoke to many people yet he did not seek for fame. His wish was to live a
simple life where he can tell stories and live a peaceful life.
Alastair Borthwick was born in Scotland in the
year 1973. Later he and his family migrated to Troon where he attended school.
He dropped out of school at the age of 16 years and started working for the
Evening times which was a tabloid newspaper in
Glasgow. Afterward, he joined Glasgow Herald where his job was to simply to
take down notes from massagers who called through the telephone. Afterward, he
was given a role of editing the papers. He later rose to the rank of a writer
where he was writing and compiling crosswords.
In 1935, Alastair migrated to London where he
started working with the Daily Mirror. He left his paper and ventured in the
other media opportunities. He later joined the BBC where he used to write scripts for its
Alastair Borthwick would also develop special
interests in the adventure. In the Scottish highlands, he linked up with the
locals who would go for adventures in the hills where they would climb the
hills during their free time. Alastair Borthwick would thereafter spend the majority of his
time in hiking, mountain climbing, and other outdoor activities. During this
time, hiking was only reserved for the rich. However, Alastair Borthwick was
determined to change this mentality whereby he started writing to the common
Scottish people to embrace these outdoor activities.
During the World War two, Alastair Borthwick
joined the army and became a member of the 51st Highland Battalion. During his tenure in the military, he rose to the rank of a captain
where he served as the intelligence officer.