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TETRA Technologies, Inc. (TGI.F)

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3.5400-0.0200 (-0.56%)
At close: 09:50PM CET
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Previous close3.5600
Open3.5200
Bid3.5400 x 57800
Ask3.5600 x 55600
Day's range3.5200 - 3.5400
52-week range2.2450 - 6.1500
Volume78
Avg. volume62
Market cap464.593M
Beta (5Y monthly)2.26
PE ratio (TTM)18.63
EPS (TTM)0.1900
Earnings date27 Feb 2024
Forward dividend & yieldN/A (N/A)
Ex-dividend dateN/A
1y target est4.25
  • PR Newswire

    TETRA TECHNOLOGIES, INC. ANNOUNCES DATE OF ITS ANNUAL MEETING OF STOCKHOLDERS

    TETRA Technologies, Inc. ("TETRA") (NYSE:TTI) today announced its 2024 Annual Meeting of Stockholders will be held at 11:00 a.m. Central Time on Tuesday, May 21, 2024, at its Corporate Headquarters located at 24955 Interstate 45 North in The Woodlands, Texas.

  • Reuters

    Exxon aims to make key lithium technology decision by year end

    Exxon Mobil plans to decide by the end of the year which lithium filtration technology it will use in Arkansas as part of its push to become one of the world's top producers of the battery metal, an executive said on Thursday. The company last fall announced its long-anticipated plan to filter lithium from the Smackover brine formation that flows under Arkansas, with the aim of producing enough of the metal by 2030 to power 1 million electric vehicle (EV) batteries. The plan will require a complex mix of equipment, including at least one of a so-far unproven fleet of direct lithium extraction (DLE) technologies to filter the metal from the brine.

  • Reuters

    Lithium players to gather in Arkansas as low prices pressure industry

    Exxon Mobil , Albemarle and others eyeing ways to tap Arkansas's vast lithium reserves will gather in Little Rock this week as the industry grapples with sagging prices for the battery metal that have spooked investors and fueled layoffs. More than 625 people - including policymakers, bankers and corporate executives - are set to attend the sold-out Arkansas Lithium Innovation Summit on Thursday and Friday. Among topics for discussion is how direct lithium extraction (DLE) technologies could be used to make Arkansas the epicenter of the U.S. lithium industry by filtering the metal from the underground Smackover brine formation.