MRC

MUGHALS-RESOCHEM LLC (MRC) was incorporated with Secretary of State of Texas USA, by Dr. Aziz Ahmad Siddiqi Ph.D. a renowned Scientist, Entrepreneur and Philanthropist.

MUGHALS & RESOCHEM are independent entities and since 2005 have entered into strategic business relationship, on Project-by-Project basis, with Houston as area of operation.

MRC LLC along with Preferred Business Associates; Partners; Suppliers and (PBV), offer Multi-discipline Engineering Services for Energy and Mining sectors from Feasibility Analysis to Project Management. RESOCHEM Clients included some of the fortune 500 companies engaged in entire Value Chain of Energy sector.

How We Work? 

In order to provide cost-effective SMART solutions, MRC engages industry renowned Consultants & Companies on Project-by-Project basis. Based on esteemed client's requirement MRC amasses best possible team of Civil; Financial; Legal; Mechanical & Electrical Consultants, Managers and Technicians, as per Terms of Reference (ToR) of the project.

Credit: European Space Agency (ESA) Global Seismic Hazard map was created by about 500 scientists over seven years. Released in 1999

Focus Geophysical

MRC, along with PBV, provides SMART solutions for Geological & Geophysical Data Acquisition and Analysis (2D, 3D & 4D), Seismology (Atmospheric, Earthquakes, Oceanic, Tectonic, Volcanic, and Artificial Processes i.e. explosions), Structural Monitoring, Seismic Site Evaluation, Underground Fresh Water Exploration (using Seismoelectric–SE techniques, depth up to 6,000 feet), Gas & Oil Exploration using state-of-the-art digital seismic instruments and data acquisition systems.

Credit: Image - Geo-SEISMIC

A Unique Method

One of our PBV having 40 years of experience in the Seismic Industry, in conjunction with traditional seismic data, uses a unique method, “…to complement traditional P-wave seismic reflection imaging or used as a stand-alone tool, Seismoelectric (SE) responses are used as a hydrocarbon indicator for detection of electrically resistive fluids (freshwater, oil & gas) up to approximately 6000 ft. Using a pair of electrodes and a small explosive charge, SE techniques measures the voltage drop as the P-waves passes through the different interfaces.  The electrically resistive zones are logged in the field, allowing for near real time analysis of each shot. SE can be used as a standalone hydrocarbon indicator, or be used in conjunction with more traditional seismic data, increasing the odds of finding and developing a productive well. Another advantage of SE is small footprint required to collect data. This makes it ideal for smaller leases that do not have enough acreage to perform seismic reflection surveys…”