Qaru site

Qaru site, which is not only the largest, but also the most-populated, Mauritanian petroleum site.

After an initial revenues of USD 600,000 to USD 1000,000 per month, the company would be asked to raise USD 150 million to USD 220 million in total venture capital.

All but $100 million of total Mauricenne venture fund funding will come from private venture funds, and none will be guaranteed.

Given the potential positive returns of the initial investments, it is not unusual for venture-backed companies (such as Kazakhstan-made Kyrgyzstan utility Ak-Uk power) to make returns of up to 50%.

Mauricene plans to invest in oil and gas drilling, pipelines, and oil processing facilities.

The company is reported to own a total of about 7,000 acres (24.0 km2) in the Galimpex area of Morocco, including the towns of Fouaile, Kamerhandle, Fouat, and Meraké.

A part of the stated portion of the construction company would continue to operate in Burkina Faso and Belgium.

In 2011, the director of the company stated that they intended to begin building four small oil-farmed coal mines in Southwest Africa.

Another part of work would be the construction of the equivalent of 500 km of fiber-optic cable.

With a production capacity of 2.8 million tons of non-AGNO (third-generation) gas in 2014, MOEN claimed a potential annual revenue of upwards of USD 4 billion.

By 2015, it would invent and commercialize the manufacturing of fuel cells using ultra-clean fuels such as petrol, diesel, and biofuel.

Financial reports call it a "rule-of-three" company.

According to financial reports, a dozen of Maurictene's companies have been listed by the International Monetary Fund (IMF) in 2016.

As of January 2016, Mouvement Arrogant had 24 active partners, including CNPC, Eni, BP, and Total.