Our Vision

We Endeavor for Justice Based Sustainable Inclusive Prosperity while Focusing Optimization of Indigenous Resources and Empowering Communities at Grassroots Level. 

Lawful Collaboration Leads to Sustainability

Theme: Alignment; Circular Economy; Governance; Sustainability; Technology

Sectors: Agriculture; Energy; Manufacturing; Mining; Supply Chain

Who Are We

We are a small group of Multidiscipline Multinational Professionals. 

We provide Strategic Policy Advice on Disruptive Technologies to Mitigate Competitive Innovation for Sustainable Growth. 

Since 1984, our emphasis remains on the Digital Economy Socio-Economic Impacts on Supply Chain Life Cycle; Critical Minerals; Digital Transformation;  and Self-healing Materials.

We prefer to work on Equity Based Catalyst Projects and Conduct Business on Ethical Financing, Based on Islamic Principles, focusing hot-spot areas.

Our Core Team Combined Experience: 350+ years (December 2021)

Core Competencies

We provide Strategic Policy Advice on:

  1) Assets Sustainable Growth; Development Governance and Risk Mitigation; 

  2) Capital Project Strategy & Economic Models;

  3) Disruptive Technology Assessment, Appraisal, and Adoption;

  4) Energy Resources Programs' Life Cycle Analysis (LCA); 

  5) Performance Management Measuring System

Lead Policy Advisor

Pacific Enterprises International Syndicate - PEIS

Lawful Technology Transfer Partners

USA SAM & DoD CAGE Code Status: Active

USA Prime NAICS Code: 541690, Prime SIC Code: 87420501

Our Strategic Initiatives


How We Accomplish

To implement SMART Solutions, in addition to in-house resources, we engage Industry Experts; Consultants and Companies on Project-by-Project basis. 

Based on Project Terms of Reference (ToR), we amass best possible team of Multi-Discipline Engineers; ICT & Cyberspace Experts; Managers; Financial & Legal Consultants, to complete the project on schedule & within budget.

Our Strategic Projects

Supply Chain Integration: Agriculture; Energy; Food Security; Mining; Transport

Sector: Agriculture

Strategic Project: Climate Smart Agriculture

Climate-Smart Agriculture (CSA) is an integrated approach to managing landscapes—cropland, livestock, forests and fisheries—that address the interlinked challenges of food security and accelerating climate change. CSA aims to simultaneously achieve three outcomes i.e.:

Increased Productivity; Enhanced Resilience; Reduced Emissions



 Subsector Focus: Precision Agriculture

"Narrow profit margins, global competition, and attention to public goods have forced many producers, processors, and communities to carefully measure, monitor, micromanage resources to increase efficiency and overall benefit." Source: USDA-NIFA.

Site Specific Crop Management (SSMhttps://www.nifa.usda.gov/grants/programs/precision-geospatial-sensor-technologies-programs/precision-agriculture-crop-production

Priority Focus


Country Case Study: Saudi Arabia

AES LLC Project (under development)

Cyber-Resilient AGRO-Pharma Supercluster

Three Locations Projects Area: 75,000 Acre 

Industry Focus: Fertilizer Industry


Cyber-Resilient Integrated Plant (CRIP) Design

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Strategic Project: Blue Economy

Our Focus

Analyze near-real-time Blue Economy Data, using most reliable resources, specific to Marine Engineering and Marine Intelligent Transportation System that would be useful for all stakeholders.


Lawful Product Commercialization

$2.5 Trillion Global Market Potential

30 Million Jobs Worldwide

Robotic Process Automation (RPA)

Strategic Direction

Advanced Manufacturing

Applications by Industries

Aerospace | Agriculture | Automotive | 

Consumer | Defense | Electronics | Energy |

Marine | Medical | Mining | Transport

Technology Mix

Digital Twin

Directed Energy Deposition (DED)

Augmented Reality (AR)

Virtual Reality (VR)

Strategic Project: Energy

International Energy Outlook 2021 (IEO2021)

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Image BY PEIS, Source: U.S. Energy Information Agency

Energy Transition: Geothermal; Solar; Water; Wind

Offshore Wind Technology

According to WBG ESMAP Offshore Wind Development Program’s Analysis there is over 71,000 GW of technically extractable* offshore wind resources, globally.

Image PEIS, Source: World Bank Group - ESMAP


Offshore Wind Technology Overview

Source: U.S. Dept. of Energy, NREL (57.15 minute video)

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Transformational R&D

Hydrogen Fuel Cells

Replacement of Carbon-Intensive 

Haber-Bosch Process

Microwave Reaction Technology (MRT)

Strategic Project: Mining

Afro-Eurasian Seismic and Geophysical Repositories

Supply Chain Resilience

Mineral Security Strategic Program

Digital Mining & Physical Infrastructure


Technological Tools

Environmental Geophysics

Infrared Remote Sensing

Gravity & Magnetic Exploration

Processing | Interpretation | Production

Focus Countries: Afghanistan; Indonesia; Kazakhstan; Kyrgyzstan; Mongolia;

Pakistan; Sri Lanka; Tajikistan; Turkey; Uzbekistan


Digitization Project: Cyber-Resilient Autonomous Global Access

Scalable Enterprise Data Hubs (SEDH)


Advanced Manufacturing Program

 P A M S


Strengthen National Infrastructure by Optimizing Indigenous Resources

Lawful Product Commercialization

Mobile Filling Stations




Pakistan Oil & Gas Program

Indigenous Natural Resources Development Program (INRDP)

Focusing Pakistan's

164 million barrels of Oil

24.6 trillion cubic feet of Gas

Massive Recoverable Reservoirs

 Source: U.S. Energy Information Administration (EIA)

Above image: Credit Industry

Featured Catalyst Projects

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 01. NOVA-1A; Mining: Afro-Eurasian Seismic & Geophysical Repositories

 02. NOVA-1B; Food Security (Services): Agro-Pharma Precision Agriculture

 03. NOVA-1C; Energy (Services): Pakistan Coal-to-Liquid & Byproducts 

 04. NOVA-1E; Energy (Services): Energy Microgrids 

 05. NOVA-1M; Manufacturing (Services): Ocean Engineering 

 06. NOVA-2M; Manufacturing (Services): AMCO Defense Portfolio

 07. NOVA-2ME; Energy (Services): Ocean Economy (Offshore Wind Power Generation)

 08. NOVA-2P; Manufacturing: AMCO High Value Manufacturing

 09. NOVA-2 PAMS-DF01; (Services): AMCO Facilities Upgradation Program

 10. NOVA-2 PAMS-DF02; (Services): AMCO Fire Suppression System

 11. NOVA-3; Energy (R&D): Clean Energy Program

 12. NOVA-4C; Mining (Services): Critical Minerals Supply Chain

 13. NOVA-5; Mining (R&D): Rare Earth Elements

 14. NOVA-6; Energy (Services): Pakistan Oil & Gas Program

 15. NOVA-7; Aerospace; ICT (Services): Digital Transformationhttp://www.themughals.net/home-mughalsRead More About MUGHALS...





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