After its first full year as a public company, U.S. Silica (NYSE:SLCA) released dynamic growth figures and has its sights set on even greater returns in the future. Providing silica sand to the fracking industry has become the largest contributor to the company's sales and earnings, but it is still diversified enough to where it's not solely reliant on this growing industry. Check out the video below for Motley Fool energy analyst Taylor Muckerman's take on how the fracking boom could help U.S. Silica turn in a few more years of growth like the 49.5% hike in revenues it realized in 2012.

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