Athabasca steps further into frac sand space with mine acquisition

By William Clarke
Published: Thursday, 31 January 2019

Aggregates miner Athabasca is moving to dominate the Western Canadian frac sand market.

Aggregates company Athabasca Minerals has bought a second frac sand mine in Western Canada as part of a drive to become the largest in-basin proppant provider in the region.

Athabasca’s wholly-owned subsidiary, AMI Silica, has been buying up frac sand assets in a move to...

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