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Athabasca Minerals Inc V.ABM

Sector: Metals & Mining | Sub-Sector: Industrial Metals & Minerals

Athabasca Minerals Inc is a mineral exploration and management company. It acquires, explores and develops mineral claims located in the Fort McMurray area for the purpose of extracting salt, silica sand and other minerals.
Price: $0.69 | Change: $-0.11 | %Change: -13.75%
Volume: 123,970 | Day High/Low: 0.82/0.69 | 52 Week High/Low: 3.20/0.65
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Earnings date

does anyone know when there coming out with first quarter earnings?  rate and reply
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Carbo reports net loss as ceramic proppant demand falls fast

Carbo reports net loss as ceramic proppant demand falls faster than rig count : " North American proppant producer Carbo posted a net loss for Q1 2015 as exploration in the oil and gas industry...read more
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RE:RE:RE:RE:RE:Lower oil prices send mixed signals to frac sand producers

watching a few players again. many for real plays vs. many pretenders. lol! https://oilandgas-investments.com/2015/oil-and-gas-financial/the-big-opportunity-in-us-energy-right-now-and-why/ cheers...read more
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U.S. Silica Holdings

QUOTE : " Frac sand producer US Silica saw its net income drop to $14.8m as falling oil prices and a declining rig count created a challenging environment in which demand for proppants used in...read more
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RE:RE:RE:Lower oil prices send mixed signals to frac sand producers

" This is not an axiom " .... Buddy some Frac Sand producers have shut down their operations aka "suspended" production due to the "slowdown" in demand in CANADA ..... Don't shoot the messenger , I'm...read more
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RE:RE:RE:RE:Lower oil prices send mixed signals to frac sand producers

Maybe not "when" but "if". Latest Moody's report on proppant suppliers stated "Even with proppant co's driving down costs & increasing well usage, it wont be enough to offset dropping rig count and a...read more
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RE:RE:RE:Lower oil prices send mixed signals to frac sand producers

When is the timeframe for the development and first production from ABM's frac sand project?  rate and reply
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RE:RE:Lower oil prices send mixed signals to frac sand producers

This expresses an opinion. This is not an axiom.  rate and reply
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RE:Lower oil prices send mixed signals to frac sand producers

So.....I suspect that from the article, I would guess that ABM might want to revisit their frac sand investment timing and delay until/if oil prices head back up. They have the supply vs. demand...read more
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Lower oil prices send mixed signals to frac sand producers

http://www.aggman.com/lower-oil-prices-send-mixed-signals-to-frac-sand-producers/  rate and reply
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"Potential" DB(Double Bottom) ABM approx; Target $1.77 IMHO

Jan.15 2015 low .65 , Feb.18 2015 high $1.21 , April 1 2015 low .65 ....... Provided that the DB is authentic and not currently forming a potential bear flag ........... http://www.chartadvisor.com...read more
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RE:RE:RE:Firebag will get financed, it's just a question of how soon

Thanks VS 123 for the info. I have owned EMES & HCLP and not familiar with the Canadian sand market. This investment is strictly speculative for me, with regard to the silica sand aspect of Athabasca....read more
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RE:RE:Firebag will get financed, it's just a question of how soon

With all due respect GM, you should do your homework. The demand for frac sand is not decreasing, it's actually still growing as drillers use more sand to enhance yields. Furthermore, with 80% of...read more
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RE:Firebag will get financed, it's just a question of how soon

EMES will not go forward with the construction of it's Independence, Wisconsin silica sand processing facility due to economic considerations. Is the Firebag plan too late to bring on line capacity in...read more
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RE:I guess you guys missed this news release

Probably some one-off. They had decent improvement in EBITDA  rate and reply
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Firebag will get financed, it's just a question of how soon

and how. Ideally, they will get some upfront cash from a user, like one of them pressure pumpers, then finance the balance by way of debt and some equity. Worse case scenario is they raise all the...read more
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silica

Try RRS. Great exploration play this year with 2 million bucks being thrown at a class act property close to a deal with a certain new company coming to Quebec. Check it out.  rate and reply
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RE:RE:just to get that right...

Where are the millions of $ coming from to build the processing and transport facilities required?  rate and reply
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I guess you guys missed this news release

March 31 2015 Quote : " A net loss of $0.83 million was recorded for the thirteen month period in 2014 as compared to a net profit of $1.92 million for the twelve month period in 2013. " ................read more
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RE:just to get that right...

I wish I could make sense of what's going on. What's bothering investors?  It cannot be the 68m counterclaim, this is just a joke.  rate and reply