U.S Silica Holdings Shares Outstanding 2010-2024 | SLCA

U.S Silica Holdings shares outstanding from 2010 to 2024. Shares outstanding can be defined as the number of shares held by shareholders (including insiders) assuming conversion of all convertible debt, securities, warrants and options. This metric excludes the company's treasury shares.
U.S Silica Holdings Annual Shares Outstanding
(Millions of Shares)
2023 79
2022 78
2021 74
2020 74
2019 73
2018 76
2017 82
2016 65
2015 54
2014 54
2013 53
2012 53
2011 50
2010 50
2009 50
U.S Silica Holdings Quarterly Shares Outstanding
(Millions of Shares)
2024-03-31 79
2023-12-31 79
2023-09-30 79
2023-06-30 78
2023-03-31 78
2022-12-31 78
2022-09-30 78
2022-06-30 78
2022-03-31 75
2021-12-31 74
2021-09-30 75
2021-06-30 76
2021-03-31 74
2020-12-31 74
2020-09-30 74
2020-06-30 74
2020-03-31 73
2019-12-31 73
2019-09-30 73
2019-06-30 74
2019-03-31 73
2018-12-31 76
2018-09-30 78
2018-06-30 78
2018-03-31 80
2017-12-31 82
2017-09-30 82
2017-06-30 82
2017-03-31 82
2016-12-31 65
2016-09-30 67
2016-06-30 63
2016-03-31 54
2015-12-31 54
2015-09-30 54
2015-06-30 54
2015-03-31 54
2014-12-31 54
2014-09-30 54
2014-06-30 54
2014-03-31 54
2013-12-31 53
2013-09-30 53
2013-06-30 53
2013-03-31 53
2012-12-31 53
2012-09-30 53
2012-06-30 52
2012-03-31 52
2011-12-31 50
2011-09-30 50
2011-06-30 50
2011-03-31 50
2010-12-31 50
2010-09-30 50
2010-06-30 50
2010-03-31 50
2009-12-31
Sector Industry Market Cap Revenue
Basic Materials Mining - Miscellaneous $1.207B $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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