U.S Silica Holdings Revenue 2010-2024 | SLCA

U.S Silica Holdings revenue from 2010 to 2024. Revenue can be defined as the amount of money a company receives from its customers in exchange for the sales of goods or services. Revenue is the top line item on an income statement from which all costs and expenses are subtracted to arrive at net income.
U.S Silica Holdings Annual Revenue
(Millions of US $)
2023 $1,552
2022 $1,525
2021 $1,104
2020 $846
2019 $1,474
2018 $1,577
2017 $1,241
2016 $560
2015 $643
2014 $877
2013 $546
2012 $442
2011 $296
2010 $245
2009 $192
U.S Silica Holdings Quarterly Revenue
(Millions of US $)
2024-03-31 $326
2023-12-31 $336
2023-09-30 $367
2023-06-30 $407
2023-03-31 $442
2022-12-31 $413
2022-09-30 $419
2022-06-30 $389
2022-03-31 $305
2021-12-31 $285
2021-09-30 $267
2021-06-30 $317
2021-03-31 $234
2020-12-31 $227
2020-09-30 $176
2020-06-30 $173
2020-03-31 $270
2019-12-31 $339
2019-09-30 $362
2019-06-30 $395
2019-03-31 $379
2018-12-31 $357
2018-09-30 $423
2018-06-30 $427
2018-03-31 $369
2017-12-31 $361
2017-09-30 $345
2017-06-30 $290
2017-03-31 $245
2016-12-31 $182
2016-09-30 $138
2016-06-30 $117
2016-03-31 $123
2015-12-31 $136
2015-09-30 $155
2015-06-30 $148
2015-03-31 $204
2014-12-31 $250
2014-09-30 $241
2014-06-30 $206
2014-03-31 $180
2013-12-31 $149
2013-09-30 $144
2013-06-30 $130
2013-03-31 $122
2012-12-31 $119
2012-09-30 $116
2012-06-30 $105
2012-03-31 $103
2011-12-31 $84
2011-09-30 $73
2011-06-30 $74
2011-03-31 $64
2010-12-31 $59
2010-09-30 $66
2010-06-30 $64
2010-03-31 $55
2009-12-31
Sector Industry Market Cap Revenue
Basic Materials Mining - Miscellaneous $1.202B $1.552B
U.S. Silica Holdings, Inc. makes & markets commercial silica, to a variety of end markets in the U.S. To serve a wide gamut of end markets, U.S. Silica makes and distributes a range of commercial silica products including whole grain and ground products as well as other industrial mineral products that complement its commercial silica products. Oil & gas proppants is its biggest end market. The company's frac sand is used to stimulate and retain the flow of hydrocarbons in oil and natural gas wells. Its silica is also used as a raw material in industrial applications including glass, building products, foundry products & chemicals. The company distributes its commercial silica products direct to its customers. It has 2 segments: Oil & Gas Proppants and Industrial & Specialty Products. Its customers in the oil & gas proppants market include major oilfield services companies engaged in hydraulic fracturing. It acquired EP Minerals, a global producer of engineered materials derived from industrial minerals.
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