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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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#33862  Sticky Note This News today is too good and important Landmark8211111 02/16/18 02:26:31 PM
#33119  Sticky Note walterc 01/26/18 11:47:47 AM
#32537  Sticky Note Great article for anyone fretting about Scandium. TO Double D 01/09/18 09:34:06 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
#33919   Oh, I am really sorry for the confusion! SagittariusA 02/18/18 05:02:08 PM
#33918   Please do. I think it would be GrowthMindset 02/18/18 04:52:52 PM
#33917   That was me that created that survey. I OntInvestor 02/18/18 04:50:18 PM
#33916   I totally agree. Spunkmeyer 02/18/18 04:44:02 PM
#33915   I wouldn't rule out $15 if/when we get Landmark8211111 02/18/18 04:27:37 PM
#33914   Oooops, sorry! That was a miscalculation! :-( Hetfield 02/18/18 04:23:46 PM
#33913   It may be more as many others and GrowthMindset 02/18/18 04:13:16 PM
#33912   To underline your argument I want to remind SagittariusA 02/18/18 03:50:41 PM
#33911   Fantastic. And, yes, the trading numbers for the Nebraskan 02/18/18 03:17:07 PM
#33910   I won’t sell for anything under $15 share...any kmack49 02/18/18 02:25:06 PM
#33909   If that's true, me and two friends hold Hetfield 02/18/18 01:51:29 PM
#33908   That is a real good question. Personally, I Nebraskan 02/18/18 01:05:31 PM
#33907   If the numbers you state are correct it GrowthMindset 02/18/18 12:53:17 PM
#33906   Fun fact: Nebraskan 02/18/18 12:23:58 PM
#33905   I was confused about the term float. Nebraskan PutzMueler 02/18/18 09:01:44 AM
#33904   German markets are open, but not much will Hetfield 02/18/18 05:58:31 AM
#33903   Thanks for the info.. Chaka 02/18/18 05:33:28 AM
#33902   Question?” By the time the first phase is kmack49 02/17/18 11:33:14 PM
#33901   Yes B-P, it's a bit unusual to have Landmark8211111 02/17/18 11:09:48 PM
#33900   Landmark - With the markets closed Monday and Big-Picture 02/17/18 10:51:12 PM
#33899   President's Day on Monday 19th. markets are closed. Landmark8211111 02/17/18 10:48:15 PM
#33898   Actually at a high level; Nebraskan 02/17/18 10:31:15 PM
#33897   If OS means outstanding shares then the number PutzMueler 02/17/18 08:44:29 PM
#33896   Q.. I can't seem to find the LATEST OS Chaka 02/17/18 08:14:45 PM
#33895 is a well known fact, for anyone Landmark8211111 02/17/18 05:24:38 PM
#33894   I will say to you what I said Wexworth 02/17/18 03:36:18 PM
#33893   Economy Monday: The Trump administration has released highly-anticipated detai Landmark8211111 02/17/18 02:08:01 PM
#33892   Translated PutzMueler 02/17/18 01:52:37 PM
#33891   Closed for family-day Hetfield 02/17/18 01:29:37 PM
#33890   Is TSX open Monday? AlwaysOptimistic 02/17/18 01:16:07 PM
#33889   A little info from the FS: grunt23 02/17/18 12:27:39 PM
#33888   What is it going to take? Boilermaker1 02/17/18 12:18:14 PM
#33887   The biggest winners are early investors and those AlwaysOptimistic 02/17/18 11:59:39 AM
#33886   hey knack, if you buy today you will KG21 02/17/18 11:35:12 AM
#33885   It’s getting more exciting in here!! Thanks kmack49 02/17/18 10:15:53 AM
#33884   Local news coverage on the critical minerals list TO Double D 02/17/18 09:55:06 AM
#33883 Nitrox5353 02/17/18 09:46:23 AM
#33882   All this Research for our Technology metals. PutzMueler 02/17/18 06:36:28 AM
#33880   Well since we are off Topic, I like Rubidium PutzMueler 02/17/18 05:59:48 AM
#33879   Thanks Boilermaker. douginil 02/17/18 01:51:52 AM
#33878   The first sentence says californium is covalently bound Landmark8211111 02/17/18 12:56:38 AM
#33877   Californium is artificially produced. OntInvestor 02/17/18 12:10:13 AM
#33876   Hey Putz, we need to ask Jim if Landmark8211111 02/16/18 10:39:51 PM
#33875   I just submitted my comments, thanks for posting Big-Picture 02/16/18 10:31:38 PM
#33874   Great! Hopefully many will join us in supporting stark12 02/16/18 10:01:06 PM
#33873   I can imagine the Management team and maybe Landmark8211111 02/16/18 09:28:36 PM
#33872   Thanks for this. I've done my part. Anyone Ak74 02/16/18 09:12:45 PM
#33871   There will be no shortage of backfill Boilermaker1 02/16/18 07:34:17 PM
#33870   The tailings are required for backfill. They go tedro84 02/16/18 06:02:00 PM
#33869   Boilermaker you are not missing a thing. douginil 02/16/18 05:40:41 PM