Anthony George to Join the GOOSE Society

We are pleased to announce that Anthony George, CEO of Nautical Control Solutions, is joining the GOOSE Society of Texas.  Anthony has spent twenty-five years in the fields of automation and control systems engineering and marine fuel management systems as an entrepreneur and inventor.  Nautical Control Solutions owns the FuelTrax line of Marine Fuel Management products and Anthony holds patents in US, Canada, and Europe.  FuelTrax is the first and most advanced, end-to-end, marine fuel measuring, monitoring and reporting system on the market today.  Installed on several hundred vessels world-wide, the company is growing rapidly.

Prior to Nautical Control Solutions, Anthony founded Control Dynamics International (CDI) which managed automation engineering practices in the lumber, food, cement and oil and gas industries.  During his tenure as President of CDI, Anthony had a few stand-out accomplishments including:

  • Picture1Inventing and patenting, in conjunction with ExxonMobil, the Universal Master Control Station that controls all aspects of sub-sea oil and gas production and greatly enhances the control and flexibility oil companies now enjoy in deep water fields.
  • Inventing, in conjunction with Frito-Lay, the automation equipment responsible for the Scoop Chip.

CDI was sold to a publicly traded engineering company in 2001.

Anthony grew up in Beaumont, TX and now resides in The Woodlands, TX.  He is passionate about education and takes an active board level role in Christian school organizations.   He is currently the Board President of The Woodlands Christian Academy and has sat on the board of or founded multiple entrepreneurial organizations including The Woodlands Entrepreneurs Organization and CICE at Lamar University.

He is happily married to Michelle George and has two sons, Blake and Grant.  He holds a Bachelor of Science in Physics with Electrical Engineering Concentration and a minor in Computer Science from Lamar University.  He completed Rice University’s Corporate Financial Management Executive Education course 1999.

Members of the GOOSE Society of Texas invest a minimum of $350,000 – $500,000 annually and must have a passion for getting deeply involved in startup operations and helping GOOSE portfolio startups and the Houston entrepreneurial ecosystem succeed.

Samantha Jo Lewis

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Entrepreneur x2. World Traveler. Rice MBA. Texas A&M. Now in start-up investing.

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