Implemented Projects



Placer gold survey, Kirgizia, 2005


Placer gold survey, Kirgizia, 2005



Below is a list of main projects implemented using the PMRSE technology:

  • 2010 Magnetite iron ore survey at South Australian prospects, Australia;

  • 2010 Prospecting and evaluation of copper deposits and associated minerals, the Polar Ural (Russia);

  • 2008 Survey of natural gas resources in coal-bearing deposits, Donetsk coal basin, Ukraine;

  • 2006 Molybdenum mineralization survey at depth slices of 100, 200 and 400 m, Ukraine;

  • 2006 Manganese ore survey, delineation of the manganese ore deposit based on the maximum content of polianite in ore beds, Kherson and Dnepropetrovsk regions, Ukraine;

  • 2005 Placer gold survey, Kirgizia;

  • 2005-2006 Survey of chromite ore deposits, the Ural (Russia), Ukraine;

  • 2004 Survey of methane content in the coal-bearing mass of the mine field for planning gas drainage from coal beds prior to mining, Donetsk coal  basin, Ukraine;

  • 2000-2009 Exploration of oil and gas fields, Sumy and Poltava regions, Crimea (Ukraine), Libya (Africa);

  • 1999 Exploration for oil in Western Siberia, Russia;

  • 1995-till present Hydrogeological investigations, prospecting for sources of underground water supply, Odessa, Cherkassy, Kiev regions, Crimea (Ukraine);

  • 1995-2007 Engineering and geological investigations for development of residential buildings and protective measures to prevent natural-technogeneous disasters, Odessa, Dnepropetrovsk, Crimea (Ukraine);

  • 1995-2002 Ecological investigations (chemical contamination of underground water and soils), New Jersey and California (USA), Ukraine.

Numerous projects implemented with application of the PMRSE technology have demonstrated its multifunctionality and flexibility to solve complex tasks at different fields of a human activity where subsurface investigations are needed. At the initial stage of the PMRSE application its economic efficiency consists in the right choice of areas for conducting detailed exploration work. At all subsequent stages of a deposit exploration application of the PMRSE technology brings a considerable economic advantage by reducing the cost and duration of survey. Use of the technology can save lots of funds by reducing the number of empty exploration and production wells drilled outside the boundary of a mineral deposit.