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Niocorp Developments Ltd.

                                                                 Traded on the TSX Symbol - NB;  OTC QX Symbol -  NIOBF;   FSE - BR3
Share Structure
Market Value1 $120,031,416 a/o Sept 13, 2016
  Authorized Shares Unlimited a/o Jun 30, 2011
  Outstanding Shares
a/o Aug 31, 2016

NioCorp Developments Ltd.—

  • 7000 S. Yosemite Street
    Suite 115
    Centennial, CO 80112


NioCorp Developments Ltd.— Denver

7000 S. Yosemite St., Suite 115, Centennial, CO 80112

Telephone 720.639.4650

Transfer Agent(s)
Computershare Trust Company of Canada Inc.


NioCorp Developments Ltd.

                              Image result for Niobium imagesImage result for Scandium images          
Phone: 720-639-4647

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Business Description

NioCorp is developing North America's only niobium / scandium / titanium project. Located near Elk Creek, Nebraska, the Elk Creek Project is the highest grade niobium project in North America, as well as the largest prospective producer of scandium in the world.

NioCorp is positioned to emerge as the United States' only producer of niobium and scandium. These elements are unique and valuable superalloy materials that are strategic and critical to many industries and national defense technologies.


Financial Reporting/Disclosure
Reporting Status International Reporting: TSX Venture Exchange
Audited Financials Audited
Latest Report June 30, 2016
CIK 0001512228
Fiscal Year End 6/30
OTC Marketplace OTCQX International
Profile Data
SIC - Industry Classification 1061 - Ferro-alloy ores (except vanadium)
Business Status Development Stage Company a/o
Incorporated In: British Columbia, Canada
Year of Inc. 1987


Company Officers/Contacts
Mark A. Smith CEO, President
Neal Shah CFO
Jim Sims VP, Bus. Affairs, IR
Scott Honan VP, Bus. Dev. & Corp. Rel.
John Ashburn, Jr. Vice President, General Counsel, Corporate Secretary

  • Formerly=Quantum Rare Earth Developments Corp. until 3-2013
    Formerly=Butler Resource Corp. until 3-2010
    Formerly=Butler Developments Corp. until 2-2009
    Formerly=Kingston Resources Ltd. until 6-01



U.S. Geological Society description of Elk Creek Carbonatite

"The Elk Creek carbonatite, located south of Lincoln, has the potential to be one of the largest global resources of niobium and rare-earth elements (REE). These REE's have many important applications in industry, including petroleum-cracking catalysis, steel alloying, and glass polishing, and as sources of permanent magnets and phosphorus for television and lighting.
The Elk Creek carbonatite is buried beneath about 500 feet of overlying rock and is known only from drill cores, which, until recently, have remained proprietary. Scientists from the USGS and the Conservation and Survey Division (CSD) of the Institute of Agriculture and Natural Resources at the University of Nebraska--Lincoln have studied drill cores."



Phone: 720-639-4647


About NioCorp
NioCorp is developing a superalloy materials project in Southeast Nebraska that will produce niobium, scandium, and titanium. Niobium is used to produce superalloys as well as High Strength, Low Alloy ("HSLA") steel, which is a lighter, stronger steel used in automotive, structural, and pipeline applications.  Scandium can be combined with Aluminum to make super-high-performance alloys with increased strength and improved corrosion resistance.  Scandium also is a critical component of advanced solid oxide fuel cells.  Titanium is used in various superalloys and has extensive uses in aerospace, defense, transportation, medical, and other applications. It also is a key component of pigments used in paper, paint and plastics.


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NIOBF News: Prospectus Filed Pursuant to Rule 424(b)(3) (424b3) 11/27/2017 04:58:55 PM
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#29482  Sticky Note Three recent pieces of DD recommended to all stark12 10/11/17 09:08:08 AM
#27656  Sticky Note EVERYBODY get back and stay on-topic. IH Geek [Dave] 08/16/17 11:01:46 AM
#16428  Sticky Note Positive Metallurgical Test Results Point To Process Breakthrough inversor86 03/15/16 05:06:18 PM
#10558  Sticky Note NIOBF Charts conix 04/27/15 08:43:43 AM
#31432   This does not matter and will have no Ak74 12/14/17 10:29:50 AM
#31431   Give it a rest. This is the NioCorp AlwaysOptimistic 12/14/17 10:13:12 AM
#31429  Restored thanks for the info and links, it seems protohype_101 12/14/17 09:07:00 AM
#31428   Avg grade of Scandium for NIOBF's Elk Creek Revello 12/14/17 08:46:51 AM
#31427  Restored Revello said, 102 ppm for scandium, Coal Age protohype_101 12/14/17 07:44:16 AM
#31425   He's just attempting to put a stick in PutzMueler 12/14/17 12:23:28 AM
#31424   I really don't understand your point?...99.99% of the Landmark8211111 12/14/17 12:13:58 AM
#31423   Seems to me this technology is not a PutzMueler 12/13/17 11:53:19 PM
#31422   Concentrations are very low? Revello 12/13/17 11:20:17 PM
#31421   I agree 100%. Not a screw turns in Nebraskan 12/13/17 08:41:42 PM
#31420   Welcome! GrowthMindset 12/13/17 08:05:57 PM
#31419   Now in the 100k club. Looking to pick OntInvestor 12/13/17 07:59:09 PM
#31418   Yes I agree with you, there are lots Landmark8211111 12/13/17 06:11:27 PM
#31417   More food for thought. Nebraskan 12/13/17 05:17:02 PM
#31416   I recall very similar language from the "Senate Landmark8211111 12/13/17 03:40:21 PM
#31415   I would think or believe it is a Nebraskan 12/13/17 02:50:53 PM
#31414   Thank you for that Nebraskan. I'm not arguing Landmark8211111 12/13/17 02:10:01 PM
#31413   I exchanged emails with Jim Sims this morning, Nebraskan 12/13/17 01:39:49 PM
#31412   This sounds intriguing. UCORE is a development REE Landmark8211111 12/13/17 01:37:10 PM
#31411   U.S. Department of Defense Landmark8211111 12/13/17 12:21:50 PM
#31410   In 2018 - 100%...or bought. Landmark8211111 12/13/17 11:47:46 AM
#31409   Hey all, what are the chances we get kmack49 12/13/17 11:33:30 AM
#31408   Exactly! what is happening with Mt.Pass, last I Landmark8211111 12/13/17 11:22:24 AM
#31407   To put this into perspective, the average concentrations TO Double D 12/13/17 10:56:47 AM
#31406   This subject was discussed two days ago on Landmark8211111 12/13/17 10:29:11 AM
#31405   Another slide deck - systems perspective on recovery Revello 12/13/17 08:35:23 AM
#31404   You're probably right as I read more about Revello 12/13/17 08:29:14 AM
#31403   Revello I understand NioCorp uses processes which the team walterc 12/13/17 03:29:37 AM
#31402   Any chance NioCorp explores new approach (see Univ Revello 12/13/17 12:01:09 AM
#31401   Latest status on Congressional conference to iron out Revello 12/12/17 11:44:50 PM
#31400   I raise my hand for smoking what you're Revello 12/12/17 11:40:31 PM
#31399   We will all rejoice when Veruca Salt (LCP77) TO Double D 12/12/17 10:21:24 PM
#31398   Obviously the Oompa Loompas (third party engineers) have TO Double D 12/12/17 09:59:39 PM
#31397   Your question regarding the 3rd party report is justified. Advocate77 12/12/17 09:37:46 PM
#31396   I ask you, what's the matter with a Landmark8211111 12/12/17 09:36:43 PM
#31395   ha ha! I can smell what you're cookin' Landmark8211111 12/12/17 09:06:49 PM
#31394   Todd, that post is a classic. I Revello 12/12/17 08:38:45 PM
#31393   To put this in perspective with your TK TO Double D 12/12/17 08:30:23 PM
#31392   How's that 3rd party review of the FS LCP77 12/12/17 08:01:01 PM
#31391   Agreed! It would certainly mitigate share dilution... Landmark8211111 12/12/17 07:52:32 PM
#31390   TODD's post, highlighting the recent CC is a Landmark8211111 12/12/17 07:33:05 PM
#31389   TK is not in the mining business, but TO Double D 12/12/17 07:12:56 PM
#31388   I'll listen to the webcast again. Maybe I OntInvestor 12/12/17 06:41:56 PM
#31387   True, they never mentioned TK by name. I monocle 12/12/17 06:31:59 PM
#31386   They did not say them by name. PutzMueler 12/12/17 06:30:54 PM
#31385   Yes I understood what you meant monocle. The Landmark8211111 12/12/17 06:16:02 PM
#31384   Management has already indicated that there is going OntInvestor 12/12/17 06:08:47 PM
#31383   Yep, I've listened a few times. I asked monocle 12/12/17 05:53:19 PM
#31382   No, they haven’t and I suggest listening to TO Double D 12/12/17 05:37:06 PM
#31381   Management hasn't divulged any specific options have they? monocle 12/12/17 05:23:17 PM