AMI Rockchain Announces Successful Completion of RMA / Municipality Services Contract
Calgary, Alberta--(Newsfile Corp. - November 2, 2021) - Athabasca Minerals Inc. (TSXV: AMI) - ("AMI" or the "Corporation") - is pleased to announce that its subsidiary, AMI RockChain Inc ("RockChainTM"), has recently completed a $400k crushing services & quality management contract as part of its 3-year running agreement with the Rural Municipalities of Alberta ("RMA" www.rmalberta.com) and its division the Canoe Procurement Group of Canada (www.canoeprocurement.ca). This latest services scope leveraged RockChain's engineering division, i.e. TerraShift Engineering, in managing a 24-hour operation in October to meet the Q4-2021 aggregates volume requirements for one of RMA's municipal members.
Paul Leveille, Vice-President of TerraShift Engineering and Chief Technology Officer of RockChainTM states, "TerraShift Engineering works hand-in-glove with RockChainTM to meet its customer's needs. Aside from RockChain's inherent purchasing power advantages there's the added value of project and technical services accessible on demand. We are pleased with the results of successfully running a safe, round-the-clock crushing program providing quality monitoring for our municipal client. RockChain and TerraShift look forward to serving more municipal customers across Canada under our contractual relationship with the Canoe Procurement Group of Canada."
ABOUT ATHABASCA MINERALS INC.
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 (www.amisilica.com) is positioning to become a leading supplier of premium domestic silica sand with regional deposits located in Alberta and North-East BC and holds a 5-year purchase agreement with Shell Canada for the supply of proppant.
- Privco1 & Privco2 are private Alberta corporations acquired by AMI with premium domestic sand holdings strategically located with respect to the Montney and Duvernay sedimentary basins. Privco2 supports the 'Prosvita Sand Project' (formerly called the Duvernay Sand Project) and AMI's development application for regulatory approval. The Prosvita Sand Project has engaged the business interest of an international corporation offering industrial synergies (power, utilities, industrial water, rail, environmental green benefits) and with whom negotiations are ongoing.
- AMI RockChain division (www.amirockchain.com) 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.
- TerraShift Engineering (www.terrashift.ca) was acquired by AMI RockChain in June 2020. TerraShift conducts resource exploration & development programs, regulatory engineering, mine operations planning, environmental reclamation and remediation, and compliance reporting for a growing customer base across Western Canada and Ontario. TerraShift is also the developer of its proprietary TerraMaps™ software.
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