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Athabasca Minerals Announces Q2-2022 Financial Results Showing Significant Revenue Gains Through Key Division, Strategic Refocusing, and Upcoming Investor Call

Press Release

Calgary, Alberta–(Newsfile Corp. – August 26, 2022) – Athabasca Minerals Inc. (TSXV: AMI) (“AMI” or the “Corporation”), today announces its Q2 Financial Statements for the second-quarter ending June 30, 2022 and strategic refocusing as part of the new emphasis on its core business and initiatives. The Q2-2022 Financial Statements and Management’s Discussion and Analysis (“MD&A”) are available on SEDAR at and on the company website at The Corporation also announces the Q2 2022 Earnings Call to be held on Tuesday, August 30, 2022 at 9:30am (MT).


In the second quarter of 2022, Athabasca reported consolidated revenue of $7.5 million (compared to $3.2 million in Q2 2021), a gain of 127%, driven mainly by increasing market demand for industrial sand. During Q2-2022, AMI Silica LLC consistently shipped over 100,000 tons a month and expects the monthly shipment volumes to increase, along with market demand.

Dana Archibald, Interim Chief Executive Officer, states: “AMI Silica LLC is seeing continued sales growth and profitability for our industrial sand, contributing to AMI’s revenue growth in the second quarter. These encouraging results, combined with the increased sales in AMI Aggregates and RockChain, have led to a renewed focus on the sand and gravel business. Our confidence in AMI’s ability to achieve target revenues for 2022 remains strong.”

AMI had an operating loss of $5.5 million in Q2-2022 versus an operating loss of $0.6 million in Q2-2021. This increased loss was mainly attributed to some one-time operating expenses in AMI Silica LLC of $0.8 million and $0.9 million of depreciation expense. In addition, the Corporation had a $0.7 million severance expense due to the departure of two of the Corporation’s executives and a $3.3 million write-down of a certain contract and select resource properties.

In Q2-2022, the Corporation reported a total comprehensive loss of $4.8 million (versus a total comprehensive loss of $0.6 million in Q1-2021). For Q2-2022, on a per share basis, total comprehensive loss was $0.061/share basic and diluted (versus a total comprehensive loss of $0.009/share basic and diluted in Q2-2021).


The Corporation has commenced with a comprehensive review of all business assets to determine ways to drive profitability, efficiency, and effectiveness. AMI has taken steps to reconstruct its operating model, accelerating its transformation. Upon reviewing its existing assets, Management determined to write down the value of a certain contract and properties that don’t show immediate or mid-term viability. The Corporation still firmly believes in these quality properties and will hold them for potential future development.

As of August 24, 2022 the Corporation has begun to phase out the operations of its engineering division, TerraShift Engineering (“TerraShift”) as part of the Corporation’s staged plan to create a sustainable and resilient business model. This reorganization and simplification of operations also contributes to a reduction in personnel and overhead. The Corporation estimates that the cost of this reorganization will be approximately $30,000.

David Churchill, Chief Financial Officer notes: “As part of AMI’s refocused strategy, the senior leadership team has evaluated all assets and divisions, making decisions based on near-term priorities and contributions to the Corporation. These significant changes are part of an ongoing realignment to create an elevated focus on the Company’s core business of sand and gravel and, ultimately, greater value for AMI’s shareholders.”


Financial and Operational Highlights

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Athabasca will host an Earnings Call for investors, analysts and stakeholders to provide an update on the 2022 – Q2 Financial results. Registration is required so please pre-register to receive your password.

Date: Tuesday, August 30, 2022
Time: 9:30 am MT (11:30 am ET)
Link: To Avoid Delays Please Register In Advance:
Phone: 1-587-328-1099
ID: 881 0783 7394
Passcode: 254434

A webcast link and related presentation material will be accessible on the ‘Investors Information’ page of the Corporation’s website at A replay of the event will be provided at the same location following the event.


Athabasca Minerals is an integrated group of companies capable of full life-cycle development and supply of aggregates and industrial minerals. The Corporation is comprised of the following business units:

  • AMI Aggregates division produces and sells aggregates out of its corporate pits and manages the Coffey Lake Public Pit on behalf of the Government of Alberta.
  • AMI Silica division ( is a leading supplier of premium industrial sand with operations in Wisconsin and regional deposits located in Alberta and North-East BC, currently in the development phase.
  • AMI RockChain division ( is a midstream, technology-enabled business that deploys its proprietary RockChain™ digital platform, associated industry econometrics, supply-chain algorithms, quality-assurance & safety programs to bring customers integrated supply-delivery solutions of industrial minerals to industry, infrastructure and construction sectors.

For further information, please contact:
Cheryl Grue, Director, Corporate Affairs
Tel: 587-3912-5862 / Email:


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