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Coverage

Orocobre Limited is followed by the analysts listed below. Any opinions, estimates or forecasts regarding Orocobre Limited or the market place as expressed by the below analysts are the beliefs and assumptions of theirs alone and are not to be considered endorsed or supported by Orocobre Limited or its managers. Orocobre Limited remains independent of the assessments, opinions and recommendations as expressed by the below analysts.

Canaccord Genuity (Australia) Limited Reg Spencer — Sydney (+61 2) 9263 2701
Reg.Spencer@canaccord.com.au
Deutsche Bank Mathew Hocking — Sydney (+61 2) 8258 2611
mathew.hocking@db.com
Macquarie Securities (Australia) Ltd Andrew Hodge — Sydney (+61 2) 8237 0321
andrew.hodge@macquarie.com
Cormark Securities Inc. MacMurray Whale — Toronto (011 +1 416) 943-6708
mwhale@cormark.com
Eight Capital David Talbot — Toronto (011 +1 416) 350-3082
dtalbot@viiicapital.com
Baillieu Holst Warren Edney (+61 3) 9602 9384
wedney@baillieuholst.com.au
Morgans CIMB Chris Brown — Brisbane (+61 7) 3334 4885
chris.brown@morgans.com.au
Patersons Securities Limited Rob Brierley — Perth (+61 8) 9263 1611
rbrierley@psl.com.au

 

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  • Orocobre June Production Update – ONLINE BRIEFING

    Orocobre June Production Update – ONLINE BRIEFING

    Orocobre Limited have conducted an online briefing to discuss the Olaroz Lithium Facility’s June Quarter Production Update. To listen to the full June Quarter Production Update, click on the media player below.
  • THE LITHIUM SPOT E-ZINE SPEAKS WITH OROCOBRE MD/CEO RICHARD SEVILLE

    THE LITHIUM SPOT E-ZINE SPEAKS WITH OROCOBRE MD/CEO RICHARD SEVILLE

    The Lithium Spot e-zine has spoken with Orocobre Limited (ORE:ASX ORL:TSX) MD / CEO Richard Seville on all things Lithium, including the recent Morgan Stanley downgrade of the lithium sector and much more.
  • Strong policy and falling battery costs drive another record year for electric cars

    Strong policy and falling battery costs drive another record year for electric cars

    According to the latest edition of the International Energy Agency’s Global Electric Vehicles Outlook the number of electric and plug-in hybrid cars on the world’s roads exceeded 3 million in 2017, a 54% increase compared with 2016. China remained by far the largest electric car market in the world, accounting for half sold last year.... View Article

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