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U.S. Silica Holdings Reports Q3 Loss Per Share $0.19
U.S. Silica Holdings Q2 Loss Per Share $0.44
U.S. Silica Announces Suspension Of Quarterly Dividend
U.S. Silica Holdings, Inc. is a domestic producer of commercial silica, a specialized mineral that is an input into a range of end markets. The Company operates in two segments: Oil & Gas Proppants, and Industrial & Specialty Products. In the Oil & Gas Proppants segment, it serves the oil and gas recovery market providing fracturing sand, or frac sand, which is pumped down oil and natural gas wells to prop open rock fissures and manage the flow rate of natural gas and oil from the wells. As of December 31, 2016, the Industrial & Specialty Products segment consisted of over 215 products and materials, which are used in a range of industries, including container glass, fiberglass, specialty glass, flat glass, building products, fillers and extenders, foundry products, chemicals, recreation products and filtration products. It produces and sells a range of commercial silica products, including whole grain and ground products, as well as other industrial mineral products.
Construction - Raw Materials
24275 Katy Freeway, Suite 600
Charles W. Shaver
Independent Chairman of the Board
Bryan A. Shinn
Chief Executive Officer, Director
Donald A. Merril
Chief Financial Officer, Executive Vice President
Michael L. Winkler
Chief Operating Officer, Executive Vice President
D. Lynnette Crowder
Senior Vice President, Chief Human Resource Officer
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U.S. Silica Holdings Inc said on Friday it had cut about 230 jobs, or 10% of its workforce, as demand for its frac sand comes under pressure from oil and gas producers reducing drilling in the backdrop of volatile prices.
Frac sand miner U.S. Silica Holdings Inc said on Friday it had cut about 230 jobs to reduce costs amid challenges in the energy market.
U.S. Silica Holdings shares plunged 33% after the frac sand miner said it expects demand to slow in the fourth quarter and reported a bigger-than-expected quarterly loss on Tuesday, weighed down by lower prices.
Frac sand miner U.S. Silica Holdings reported a net loss for the third-quarter amid low sand prices and softening demand as shale activity slows.
Frac sand miner U.S. Silica Holdings <SLCA.N> reported a bigger-than-expected quarterly profit on Tuesday, as it transported and sold more sand to U.S. shale producers, sending its shares up as much as 20%.
U.S. Silica Holdings Inc on Tuesday reported an about 65% fall in quarterly profit, impacted by charges related to mergers and expansion costs.
Frac sand miner U.S. Silica Holdings Inc reported a smaller-than-expected quarterly loss on Wednesday due to strong demand for silica sand from industries, including chemical and glass.
Frac sand supplier U.S. Silica Holdings Inc reported a quarterly loss on Wednesday compared with a profit a year earlier due to higher expenses.
U.S. Silica Holdings Inc reported a smaller-than-expected quarterly loss on Tuesday, driven by increased supply of sand to industries such as glass and construction as its main frac sand business slows.
Frac sand supplier U.S. Silica Holdings Inc reported a fourth-quarter loss on Tuesday, as the company recorded $265.7 million in impairment costs.
U.S. Silica Holdings <SLCA.N> missed analysts' estimates for quarterly profit on Tuesday, as fewer oil well completions hit demand for its frac sand, and said it expected substantial price and margin recovery only in the second quarter of 2019.
U.S. Silica Holdings Inc, a supplier of frac sand used in extracting oil from shale fields, reported a 85 percent fall in quarterly profit on Tuesday, hit by higher merger and acquisition-related expenses.
U.S. Silica Holdings Inc's <SLCA.N>, which makes sand used in hydraulic fracturing, forecast an upbeat second half of the year on strong demand for locally sourced sand, helping its shares recover after disappointing quarterly results.
U.S. Silica Holdings Inc, which produces commercial silica used in the oil and gas industry, reported a 40 percent drop in quarterly profit on Tuesday, hit by higher expenses and merger related charges.
* U.S. SILICA HOLDINGS INC - BOARD OF DIRECTORS AUTHORIZES NEW $200 MILLION SHARE REPURCHASE PROGRAM
* SAYS NOT ADVERSELY IMPACTED BY WIDESPREAD RAIL DISRUPTIONS IN Q1 - CONF CALL
* SAYS EXPECTS DISRUPTIONS FROM BARGES DUE TO FLOODING IN Q2- CONF CALL Further company coverage:
* Q1 REVENUE $369.3 MILLION VERSUS I/B/E/S VIEW $366.5 MILLION
* U.S. SILICA HOLDINGS INC SAYS CEO BRYAN A. SHINN'S 2017 TOTAL COMPENSATION WAS $4.7 MILLION VERSUS $7.8 MILLION IN 2016 – SEC FILING Source text: [https://bit.ly/2GnxodY] Further company coverage:
* U.S. SILICA ACQUIRES PERFORMANCE MATERIALS LEADER EP MINERALS FOR $750 MILLION
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