Afro-Eurasian Seismic and Geophysical Repositories

ASGR Program

Innovative Transformational R&D

Environmental Geophysics

"Dynamic Role of Technology in Mining"

Supply Chain Resilience

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Focus Area: Afghanistan - Indonesia - Mongolia - Pakistan

Sri Lanka - Turkey – Uzbekistan

ASGR Phase-1: North & Central Asia Region

ASGR Phase-2: Central & South East Asia Region and 

Central & West Africa Region


Lead Advisor

Pacific Enterprises International Syndicate - PEIS

USA SAM & DoD CAGE Code Status: Active

PEIS USA Prime NAICS Code: 541690; SIC Code: 87420501

PEIS: Lawful Technology Transfer Partners

AMCO Priority Focus: Digital Mining & Physical Infrastructure

New Oil: Critical Minerals

New Pipelines: Supply Chains


Integrating Clean Energy in Mining Operations

ASGR Strategic Context

·     ASGR Mission:  To Safeguard Uninterrupted Global Supply Chain of  Critical Minerals by ExplorationMining; Processing; Beneficiation; Purification; Metal Making; Alloying and Recycling.

·     ASGR Focus: Nonfuel Minerals Newly Discovered Source Locations.

·     ASGR Deliverable: Multi-Locations Institutional Repositories Focusing Sustainable Mining Value Chain  Life Cycle

·     ASGR Capabilities: 3D High Resolution Aeromagnetic Mineral Exploration (HRAM); Basin EvaluationRock CharacterizationSeismic DataProspect GenerationDiscovery & Appraisal & Interpretation

·      USA Statutory Compliance (NDC) Requirements:  Small Business ProgramDoD OSBP and  Mentor-Protégé Program

US Critical Minerals Strategy

Out of 49 Nonfuel Minerals

13 Minerals will be Most Critical by 2030

Nonfuel Minerals

Global Market = US $ 2 Trillion+

Pacific Enterprises International Syndicate - PEIS

Hybrid Methodology

Hybrid Methodology - Group Capabilities

PEIS Strategic Research Focus
U.S. Policy Framework

ASGR Program

ASGR Focus Minerals


North & Central Asia Region (NCAR)

  • PAK ASGR Geographical Areas: North & Central Asian Region (NCAR) particularly Afghanistan, Kyrgyzstan, Mongolia, Pakistan, Tajikistan, Turkey, Turkmenistan and Uzbekistan.
  • PAK ASGR Priority Focused Geographical Areas: Pamir-Karakoram-Balochistan-Range (PKBR).
  • PAK ASGR Rationale: Seventeen Critical Minerals are Technically Recoverable, Cyber Resilient Networks and Paved Road Rail Transportation Infrastructure Available.
  • PAK ASGR Lead Companies: AMCO Engineering (AMCO) Pakistan and MUGHALS-RESOCHEM (MRC) LLC USA.

Below Image Source: Rice University Houston, Texas USA

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
Identified Technically Recoverable

Untapped Available Critical Minerals

Metadata Source: USGS

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Critical Minerals

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lanthanum (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).

Industrial Uses

Critical Minerals Applications

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Critical Minerals Processing - Copper +

Critical Minerals Global Context

Developed economies are heavily dependent on foreign sources of critical minerals and on foreign supply chains to build value-added products, resulting in potential strategic vulnerabilities to global economic prosperity and national security. Consequently, almost each nation is perusing or formulating policies to secure the supply chain.

USA Strategy

President of USA issued Executive Order 13817 (December 2017) which tasked the US Department of the Interior, to develop a list of minerals deemed critical, and the Department of Commerce, in coordination with other Federal agencies, to develop a strategy to reduce the Nation’s vulnerability to disruptions in the supply of critical minerals.

Project PAK ASGR Focus

Our Holistic Approach

Cyber Resilient Solution

We, along with Preferred Business Vendors (PBV), are working on Integrated Solutions for Data Acquisition and Analysis (2D, 3D & 4D)  Seismology (Atmospheric, Earthquakes, Oceanic, Tectonic, Volcanic, and Artificial Intelligence, Structural Monitoring, Seismic Site Evaluation, Underground Fresh Water Exploration (depth 8,000+ feetusing state-of-the-art Digital Instruments and  Seismic Data Acquisition Systems.

Gravity & Magnetic Exploration

Processing and Interpretation

Spectroscopy Remote Sensing

Global Supply Chain Route

Pamir - Karakoram - Balochistan - Range (PKBR)

From Asian High Mountains to Afghanistan to Pakistan to 

Gawadar Deep Sea Port

Shipping Gateway to World

Pakistan Infrastructure

Pakistan Sheosar Lake with reflection of Majestic Nanga Parbat

Pakistan Karakorum High Way (Silk Route)

Image Below Islamabad, Pakistan

3rd from left Haji Rafiq Perdasi, Chairman HMR Group &

4th from left Mr. Mohammad Afzal Mirza, 

President Pacific Enterprises International PEIS USA

Semiconductor Industry

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Pakistan Copper & Gold

Reservoirs Mining

Our Focus

Critical Nonfuel Minerals

Supply Chain and

Algorithms Suites Development

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