Matthew Fleeger is a businessman located in the United States. He fulfills the position of CEO for a gas company called Gulf Coast Western. The company has been noted for their oil drilling efforts. They primarily drill in the Gulf Coast of the United States. The company plans to drill more oil in the upcoming months and years. The companies ultimate goal is to extract as much oil and gas from the Gulf Cost as possible. In an effort to accelerate business, Gulf Coast Western created a market with high demand.
The demand for oil and gas is prevalent, especially within the United States. Oil is used as a primary source of fuel for most vehicles in the United States. With such a large demand, oil and gas retailers are able to accelerate revenue in the industry. The industry contains many divisions that relate to oil. There are drillers, suppliers, marketers, buyers and customers. The drillers drill for oil in the Gulf Coast and collect the viable portion of the resource. The suppliers purchase the oil from the drillers at a low cost so they can sell it to companies who market the product. Once the marketers market the oil, buyers purchase the oil from their local gas stations and oil retailers. The buyers are usually everyday customers. Everyday customers fill up their vehicles with gas.
Matthew Fleeger is based out of Dallas, Texas. Dallas is where many company offices are located. The company offices for Gulf Coast Western are located in Dallas, Texas. When a CEO operates an enterprise, it is critical to evaluate company progress and follow company regulations. Evaluating company progress is a common procedure within the industry. Procedures must be followed in order for the company to meet their deadlines. Deadlines must be met in order for clients, investors and customers to continue business. When business is discontinued, investors lose their investment. Investors are paramount to the success of an enterprise. Without careful and strategic investments, a business will fail. Therefore, deadlines should be met in order avoid company discontinuation.