Fourty years of experience, knowledge, and success in oil reserve exploration places Golf Coast Western at the top of its industry. Noted for its focus on strategic opportunities and securing superior prospects in petroleum properties, the company’s unwavering business model has continuously delivered significant upside for commodity investors. Qualified partners as well as accredited stakeholders have used Gulf Coast’s services to hedge against risk, while enjoying above average market returns.
Gulf Coast Western utilizes a vast network of connections to locate, develop, and acquire oil and gas reserves. A major player in diversified survey and research techniques, the company has aggresively expanded its operations since its 1970 founding. With several thousand acres under management in Colorado, Texas, Louisiana, Mississippi, and Oklahoma; Gulf Coast continously seeks extraction possibilities in its high production land ownings. It currently manages. Oil and Gas General Partnerships, also known as Joint Ventures.
Beyond oil and gas development propositions, the company firmly believes in communicating important information regarding future expectations in drilling performance. The crux of its business relies on maintaining trust and transparency in relationship building. Mutual respect and reciprocity in its dealings with its network of partners is how Gulf Coast Western endures throughout volatile market cycles. Honesty and integrity combined with applying strict criteria for increasing the financial success of its geological prospects keeps strategic investment partners coming back for more.
While maintaining the viability of its current leased land holdings, Gulf Coast is always looking to expand to more regions around the continental United States.
Qualified investor partners enjoy several key tax advantages when participating in joint ventures including but not limited to 100% write offs, fully deductible Intangible Drilling Costs, equipment costs depreciation over 5-7 year periods, amortizedorganizational costs, capital loss write offs, expense deductibles against production costs, and statutory depletion tax deduction.