HOUSTON Lithium producer Livent Corp shares fell in their market debut on Thursday, the second poor showing for a lithium IPO in as many days, even as the company's chief executive dismissed oversupply concerns and forecast surging demand for the white metal.
HOUSTON Corporations around the world should work together to reduce carbon emissions and stem climate change rather than wait for government mandates, the chief executive of U.S. oil producer Occidental Petroleum Corp said on Wednesday.
LONDON/HOUSTON Chevron Corp wants to build or buy a refinery along the U.S. Gulf Coast to process crude oil from its rapidly growing Permian Basin operations, a senior executive said on Tuesday.
SANTIAGO/HOUSTON Shares of Albemarle Corp fell as much as 2.3 percent on Monday following news that Chile's nuclear regulator refused to increase the company's quota to sell lithium produced from its Salar de Atacama operation.
Sept 27 Albemarle Corp, the world's
largest lithium producer, aims to eventually end its dependence
on two smaller units to fund growth as global appetite surges
for electric-powered vehicles and consumer goods, its chief
executive said in an interview.
CONWAY, S.C., Sept 20 Flooding across the
Carolinas in the aftermath of Hurricane Florence, which has
killed 36 people, was expected to worsen over the next couple of
days, forecasters said.
WILMINGTON, N.C., Sept 19 U.S. President Donald
Trump is expected on Wednesday to visit North Carolina, which is
bearing the brunt of Florence's deadly deluge and where rivers
are still rising while thousands of homes and roadways remain
WILMINGTON, N.C. Rivers and waterways, swollen after Florence's historic deluge, rose dangerously across the Carolinas on Tuesday, closing roads, inundating communities, hindering rescue and repair efforts and preventing evacuees from returning home. | Video
* Hog deaths, manure flooding expected to exceed 2016
(New throughout, adds comments from North Carolina governor)
WILMINGTON/FAYETTEVILLE, N.C., Sept 18 Rising
flood waters threatened communities across the Carolinas on
Tuesday as storm Florence menaced the U.S. Northeast with heavy
rains and tornadoes after killing at least 32 people.