Our Business

Oil & Gas

Out of three major components of the oil and gas industry, MKI provides sound business research and consulting services mainly for the midstream and downstream sectors.


  • Transportation via trucks, railroads, barge, tankers and pipelines
  • Storage
  • Wholesale marketing of crude oil or refined petroleum products


  • Refining of petroleum crude oil
  • Processing and purifying of raw natural gas
  • Marketing, retail sales and distribution of products derived from crude oil and natural gas via serviced stations

Infrastructure Development

Infrastructure development involves construction, improvement, repair and maintenance & management of foundational services, initiated largely and often by governments, aiming for further economic growth for their nation and improved quality of life for the public.

MKI provides sound feasibility studies, research and proposals to enable sound development decisions and processes.

    • Transportation: Sound transportation infrastructure in a nation is critical for efficiency and productivity, impacting the flow and function of the nation´s economy, the quality of daily life for its public and national competitiveness.

    • Energy: Energy infrastructure is the organisational structure that enables the large-scale transportation of energy from producer to consumer, as well as the directing and managing of energy flow, encompassing traditional utilities such as gas and oil pipelines, electricity transmission lines and coal trains as well as technologies such as advanced electrical metering and distribution systems, smart building systems and power plant control systems.

    • Water: Water infrastructure is for systems of water supply, treatment, storage, water resources protection & management, water quality monitoring & assessment, flood prevention & management and hydropower as well as canals.

    • Digital: Digital infrastructure are foundational services essential to IT capabilities for nations, regions, cities and organisations. The common examples of digital infrastructure are internet backbone, fixed broadband, mobile telecommunications, communication satellites, network infrastructure, data centres, cloud computing, platforms, systems, applications, APIs (Application Programming Interfaces) & integration and user devices, etc.

    • Social: Social infrastructure typically involves the construction, maintenance and management of facilities that support social services. Types of social infrastructure include healthcare (hospitals), education (schools and universities), public facilities (community / public housing and prisons) and transportation (railways, ports & harbours and roads), etc.

    • Environmental: Environmental infrastructure provides cities and towns with safe water supplies, waste disposal and pollution control services. They include extensive networks of aqueducts, reservoirs, water distribution pipes, sewer pipes and pumping stations; treatment systems such as sedimentation tanks and aeration tanks, filters, septic tanks, desalination plants, and incinerators; and waste disposal facilities such as sanitary landfills and secure hazardous-waste storage impoundments. These municipal works serve two important purposes: they protect human health and safeguard environmental quality.

    Urban Design & Development of Buildings, Parks & Gardens

    Urban design & development refers to urbanisation with its different dimensions and perceptions on buildings and land spaces like parks and gardens.

    • Physical: Land use change such as urban sprawl and increase in artificial surfaces.
    • Geographical: Population and employment concentration.
    • Economic: Markets, agglomeration economies and knowledge spillovers.
    • Societal: Social and cultural change.

    International Trade

    At MKI, we focus on building bridges between developed and less-developed markets in order to create synergy effects from which both trading counterparts win and benefit their societies. Based on sound research of socio-economic and political climates, as well as consumer behaviours and trends, MKI provides comprehensive business development ideas, plans, products and services, along with marketing and brand-building strategies to its clients for successful trades and long-term sustainable profits. MKI promotes such trading commodities as;

    • Educational contents, tools & materials
    • Medical equipments & Pharmaceutical products
    • Health & Hygiene products
    • Household goods / Life enhancing goods
    • Cosmetics products
    • Garments & Accessaries
    • Agricultural products

    Cultural Content Development & Production

    The arts, a vast subdivision of culture, are comprised of many creative endeavours and educational disciplines, reflecting, portraying and describing a set of shared values, attitudes, goals and practices of the very culture where the art is created.

    Cultural content today, be it literary arts, visual arts, performing arts and others, make up a vast industry; the global film industry alone in 2018, for example, was worth US$136 billion. MKI promotes and invests in such selective cultural content as:

    • Literary arts: fiction, critical theory.
    • Visual arts: architecture, crafts, design, film, painting, photography, sculpture, etc.
    • Performing arts: film, theatre, music, etc.
    • Culinary arts.