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Albemarle Corporation, also called Albemarle, is a specialty company, which engages in developing, manufacturing, and marketing of chemicals for consumer electronics, petroleum refining, utilities, packaging, construction, transportation, pharmaceuticals, crop production, food-safety, and custom chemistry services. It operates through the following segments: Lithium and Advanced Materials, Bromine Specialties, and Refining Solutions. Read More The Lithium and Advanced Materials segment include two product categories: Lithium and PCS. The Lithium business develops and manufactures a broad range of basic lithium compounds. The Performance Catalyst Solutions division operates in three product lines: organometallics, polymer catalysts and Curatives. The Bromine Specialties segment consists of bromine and bromine-based business includes products used in fire safety solutions and other specialty chemicals applications. The Refining Solutions segment contain two product lines: clean fuels technologies, which is primarily composed of hydro processing catalysts, and heavy oil upgrading that comprises of fluidized catalytic cracking catalysts and additives. The company was founded in 1993 and is headquartered in Charlotte, NC.
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Yahoo FinanceMay 20
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Yahoo FinanceMay 17
Tesla's Lithium Warning Supports Albemarle's Growth Plans
In early May, Reuters reported that Sarah Maryssael, Tesla's (NASDAQ: TSLA) global supply manager for battery metals, provided a warning to a conference of miners and lawmakers in Washington, D.C. It was fairly simple: Based on the electric automaker's long-term industry outlook, the world won't have enough of the key metals used in batteries.
Seeking AlphaMay 17
Lithium Segment Review For Albemarle Q1 2019
Albemarle released its Q1 2019 results shortly after Livent released poor earnings and weaker guidance for the year ahead. Whilst Albemarle failed to enjoy the benefits of the substantial rise in lithium chemical spot prices in China during 2016 and 2017, the company's long term offtake contracts to clients located largely outside China, have immunized it from the sharp correction witnessed during 2018 and 2019. Source: Fastmarkets MB Production disruption: Albemarle has highlighted a "shift" in 3,000-3,...
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