Since 1981, RESOCHEM is an Engineering Services Company engaged in Consulting & Contract Operations Business. RESOCHEM expertise includes Environmental Policy Formulation, Review and Regulatory Compliance with focus on Environment, Health and Safety (EHS). 

Dr. Aziz Ahmad Siddiqi Ph.D a renowned Scientist, Entrepreneur and Philanthropist co-founded RESOCHEM along with John W. Tenini P.E. in Houston Texas USA.

During 2005, MUGHALS AMCO Engineering (AMCO) and RESOCHEM Corp. (RESOCHEM) entered into Lawful Strategic Relationship and Agreed to conduct lawful business on Project-to-Project basis. AMCO & RESOCHEM remained Individually Liable & Independently Taxed and Family Owned Privately Operated lawful business entities.

During June 2015, AMCO & RESOCHEM agreed to incorporate MUGHALS-RESOCHEM (MRC) as Limited Liability Company (LLC) with the Secretary of State, Texas USA. Consequently, Dr. Aziz Ahmad Siddiqi PhD, registered the MUGHALS-RESOCHEM-MRC as LLC.

From 2009 - 2017, Dr. Aziz Siddiqi successfully lead the Clean Coal Technology Coal-To-Liquid Research Program with AMCO.

Since May 2016, after restructuring, RESOCHEM included Combined Heat and Power (CHP) Plant, EXPLORATION, GEOPHICS and Green Renewable Energy Services to its portfolio.


RESOCHEM CLIENTS included some of the fortune 500 companies including Bayer Corp., Cabot Petroleum  Houston, Channel Shipyard Baytown, DOW Chemical La Porte, Kirby Inland Marine Houston, Union Carbide Corp. Texas City. EXXON Chemical Baytown. 

Strategic Project

As of February 2017 RESOCHEM, along with MUGHALS, is in process of securing a fifteen years consultancy project to conduct  'Rigorous Resource Assessment' of Pakistan's organic-rich shale resources.  


Strategic Relationship

MUGHALS and RESOCHEM are independent Entities and since 2005 have entered into Strategic Business Relationship, on Project-by-Project basis. MUGHALS Area of Operation is out of USA.


Business Focus 

RESOCHEM, along with Proffered Vendors,  provide Services for Seismic SurveysSimulation,  Operational Efficiency,  Carbon Capture and Sequestration Technologies (CCST).

Technology Readiness Assessment

EPA GHG Reporting Program (GHGRP) requires facilities that emit more than 25,000 tons of CO2 equivalent (or other threshold, in some subparts) to report GHG emissions to EPA annually. EPA has established industry-specific accounting requirements for over 30 industry sectors.

Technology Readiness Level (TRL) scale for Carbon Capture in the cement industry is developed and for application at cement plants, partial oxy-fuel combustion, amine scrubbing, and calcium looping are the most developed (TRL 6 being the pilot system demonstrated in relevant environment), followed by direct capture (TRL 4-5 being the component and system validation at lab-scale in a relevant environment) and full oxy-fuel combustion (TRL 4 being the component and system validation at lab-scale in a lab environment).


Image Below: Left, Dr. Aziz Ahmad Siddiqi, President RESOCHEM

Right, Mr. Mohammad Afzal Mirza, Director Special Projects RESOCHEM 

Image Below: Team Energy During OTC 2015 Houston Texas USA

Images Below: Preferred Business Vendors (PBV) Manufacturing Facility, Dallas Texas USA