Project CM-9

Space Economy Supply Chain

Strategic Program


CM9, a Multi-Phased Program, is part of MUGHALS' Strategic Initiatives Program (MSIP).

CM9 Mission: To Safeguard Uninterrupted Global Supply Chain of Critical Minerals & Critical Materials and to Ensure Constant Flow of Critical Materials through Exploration; Mining: Processing; Separation & Purification; Metal Making; Alloying; and Recycling by using Green Technologies.

CM9 Focus: Nonfuel Critical Minerals Newly Discovered Source Locations i.e. Pakistan, Afghanistan, Tajikistan, Mongolia and Africa.

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Critical Minerals Applications

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Project CM9 Focus

Critical Mineralslanthanum (La)cerium (Ce)praseodymium (Pr)neodymium (Nd)promethium (Pm)samarium (Sm)europium (Eu)gadolinium (Gd)terbium (Tb)dysprosium (Dy)holmium (Ho)erbium(Er)thulium (Th)yterrbium (Yb)lutetium (Lu), and the transition elements scandium (Sc) and yttrium (Y).

Nonfuel Minerals Newly Discovered Source Locations

Minimum Seventeen Critical Minerals are available in North Central & Asian Region particularly Pakistan, Afghanistan, Tajikistan and Mongolia.

Focused Areas

Below Image Source industry: Critical Minerals

U.S. Dept. of Energy Active Projects

Below Image Source NASA: 
Periodic Table color-coded to indicate the way each element is formed, distills the work of astronomers over the course of the past century—and it continues to be updated with new discoveries. This information is useful in a variety of scientific pursuits.

Image below Source: U.S. Global Investors and it compares individual commodity returns between 2010 and 2019.

Images below Source: NETL U.S. Dept. of Energy (Double Click for Links)

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Advanced Separation Technologies - Coal

MUGHALS are working on

Pakistan Clean Coal Project - Conversion of Coal-to-Liquid

Image below: Pakistan has successfully completed underground Coal Gasification Project (Thar Coal Block Four)

REE and Metamorphic Manufacturing Applications

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Untapped Proven Large Reservoirs

Minimum Nine Critical Minerals

Economically Viable and Minable

Untapped Reservoirs

Pamir - Karakoram - Balochistan (PKB) Range

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Two Unique Images of Asian High Mountains about 900 kilometers or about 560 miles below ground

  • 3-D supercomputer simulations of hidden rock structures deep under Asian High Mountains
  • Scientists from China, Canada, and the U.S. used seismic data from 227 Asian regional earthquakes during 2007-2011
  • The group published their results in March 2015 in the American Geophysical Union Journal of Geophysical Research, Solid Earth

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Pamir - Karakoram - Balochistan (PKB) Range

Pakistan is the only Country which has the Highest Paved Roads in the Region

Pakistan has one of the Most Important Paved Road Links for 

Critical Minerals' Global Supply Chain i.e. 

from Mongolia to Afghanistan to Arabian Gulf 

AGRO-Minerals Resources

Pakistan Indus River Basin, (as of 2009), One of World's Largest Irrigation Systems

Three Large Dams + 

Hundreds of Smaller Dams + 

Minimum 12 Link Canals Enables/ Regulates Water Flow to be Transferred between Rivers +

Over 64,000 km of Smaller Canals Distribute Water across Countryside 

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MUGHALS Mining Sector Focus

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CM9 Legal Structure

As of February 2020, based on findings of the Project Pre-Feasibility, CM9 is being structured as 100% Private Sector International Joint Venture (IJV), namely Sustainable Resources Development Consortium (SRDC), in accordance with the applicable laws of the multiple business territories.

From September 2014 till to date, Prof. Muhammad Sharif Bhatti PhD President SELECTUM Plc (Pakistan), Mr. Mohammad A. Mirza Director Special Projects Falcon Investment Group LLC (USA) and their competent teams are working on CM9.

  • Algorithms Suite Development of Mathematical and Statistical Modeling Tools, the ENGINE of Global Economy 
  • Institutionalization of Trustworthy Dedicated Skilled Workforce
  • Provisioning of Ethical Funding based on Islamic Financing Principles
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