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NioCorp Developments Ltd. is a U.S.-based mineral development company focused on developing several superalloy metals from the proposed Elk Creek, Nebraska Critical Minerals Mine.  NioCorp plans to produce three commercial mineral products — NiobiumScandium, and Titanium — from a single ore body in the Midwestern United States.  NioCorp's Elk Creek Project is highly unique.  It is North America's only niobium / scandium / titanium project. It is the highest grade niobium project in North America. It is one of the largest prospective producers of scandium in the world. Once in production, it will initiate the first production in the U.S. in decades of Niobium and Scandium. All three of the Project's proposed superalloy metals have been designed as "Critical Minerals" by the U.S. Government.

 NioCorp is a publicly company that is listed on both the Toronto Stock Exchange under the ticker symbol "NB" and on the U.S.-based OTCQX exchange under the symbol "NIOBF."  Shares are also traded on the Frankfurt Exchange, under the ticker symbol "BR3."                                                                

 http://www.niocorp.com
Share Structure:
Market cap (8/4/20) $ 173.17M
Float  214.31M
Shares Outstanding  234.8M

NioCorp Developments Ltd.—

General Inquiries:
Telephone: (720) 639-4647

Investor Relations:
Jim Sims, VP External Affairs
Phone: +1 855-2-NIOCORP (855-264-6267)
Email: jim.sims@niocorp.com

NioCorp Developments Ltd.— Denver

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

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

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Website: http://www.niocorp.com
Phone: 720-639-4647
Email: info@niocorp.com 

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Financial Reporting/Disclosure
Reporting Status International Reporting: TSX Venture Exchange
Audited Financials Audited
Latest Report 2/7/20 (FOR REPORTING PERIOD ENDING 12/19)
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
   
 

DIRECTORS AND MANAGEMENT

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

CORPORATE PRESENTATION:  http://niocorp.com/wp-content/uploads/NIoCorp_Corporate_Presentation.pdf

Overview of the Elk Creek Project: http://www.niocorp.com/elk-creek-project/


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."


LINK TO CHART: http://stockcharts.com/h-sc/ui?s=NIOBF&p=W&yr=2&mn=0&dy=0&id=p85189412906

Website: http://www.niocorp.com

MEDIA, LINKS, SELECTED PRESS RELEASES :

http://investorintel.com/technology-metals-intel/niocorps-mark-smith-on-the-rising-global-interest-in-superalloys-scandium-and-niobium/

http://niocorp.com/index.php/press-releases/299-positive-metallurgical-test-results-point-to-process-breakthrough-that-may-help-reduce-capex-and-opex-in-niocorp-s-elk-creek-project

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OKO2VkR2MMk&feature=youtu.be

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mWOHEQRzWQQ&feature=youtu.be

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=u_earl9doNM&feature=youtu.be

http://niocorp.com/index.php/press-releases/230-niocorp-named-the-top-performing-mining-company-on-the-tsx-venture-exchange-and-announces-conditional-approval-of-graduation-to-the-toronto-stock-exchange
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IbEbivUi2o4
http://wallstreetanalyzer.com/niocorp-developments-tsxvnbotcqxniobf-ceo-interview-update/

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=R19DMe1ouqg 
http://www.niocorp.com/index.php/press-releases/media/197-niocorp-ceo-mark-smith-interviewed-by-bnn
http://www.niocorp.com/index.php/press-releases/media/190-bold-nebraska-comments-on-the-development-of-the-elk-creek-niobium-deposit
http://www.niocorp.com/index.php/press-releases/media/189-tracy-weslosky

http://www.quantumrareearth.com/press-releases/163-former-molycorp-ceo-mark-a-smith-joins-niocorp-developments-ltd.html
http://www.niocorp.com/index.php/press-releases/media/183-rare-mineral-project-in-nebraska-to-bring-huge-economic-opportunities

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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#80147  Sticky Note HUGE NEWS -NIOCORP'S Elk Creek Mine, Nebraska (NIOBF)- chico237 05/19/22 04:20:24 PM
#80140  Sticky Note After-Tax Net Present Value: $8.74 per share US Prudent Capitalist 05/19/22 03:51:36 PM
#79521  Sticky Note Niocorp's Improved Economics into 2022: chico237 04/18/22 07:51:39 AM
#79336  Sticky Note Questions/Responses- from Jim Sims on 4/12/22: NorCalTommy 04/12/22 12:30:28 PM
#77924  Sticky Note NorCal, I am sharing Jim Sims email I AlwaysOptimistic 02/06/22 10:57:43 PM
#69825  Sticky Note CEO Mark Smith on Fox Business News 2/24/21 monocle 02/25/21 08:15:20 AM
#80621   https://www.prnewswire.com/news-releases/leading-global-mining-executive-peter-o 90 West 05/27/22 09:21:42 PM
#80620   Landmark wrote- NorCalTommy 05/27/22 09:09:13 PM
#80619   It’s where it is because management has failed murocman 05/27/22 08:39:42 PM
#80618   This stock should be between $5 and $7 Landmark8211111 05/27/22 07:23:29 PM
#80617   Mr Always On-holiday PutzMueler 05/27/22 06:25:06 PM
#80616   Like you, I am can wait. If the AlwaysOptimistic 05/27/22 06:00:02 PM
#80615   That I don’t know but I will try Demolition Man 05/27/22 05:44:32 PM
#80614   I guess I should never take it for PutzMueler 05/27/22 05:38:09 PM
#80613   H=ow long before Lind has no more shares AlwaysOptimistic 05/27/22 05:26:38 PM
#80612   Bit of a blood bath today. While it stark12 05/27/22 04:22:15 PM
#80611   Don’t worry my friend, we still have 10 PutzMueler 05/27/22 03:49:20 PM
#80610   Very tired of watching this stock being manipulated..... NorCalTommy 05/27/22 03:04:24 PM
#80609   Lind must be extra hungry today lol. Oh Demolition Man 05/27/22 02:52:14 PM
#80608   Absolutely pathetic!! Landmark8211111 05/27/22 02:09:18 PM
#80607   Not impossible and no hype is in your wagner 05/27/22 12:30:23 PM
#80606   Thanks for posting the two mines for comparison PutzMueler 05/27/22 12:25:59 PM
#80605   You are spot on! Here is how I Demolition Man 05/27/22 12:14:49 PM
#80604   https://finance.yahoo.com/quote/TMRC?p=TMRC&.tsrc=fin-srch AlwaysOptimistic 05/27/22 11:56:11 AM
#80603   Wow, we’re kicking azz today PutzMueler 05/27/22 11:25:48 AM
#80602   Reviewing Possible 2022 Economics & Niocorp's "Simplified Flowsheet"- chico237 05/27/22 08:26:01 AM
#80601   TSX pre-market, not looking good at this time PutzMueler 05/27/22 08:14:03 AM
#80600   IMHO after closing yesterday, on what I suggest PutzMueler 05/27/22 07:39:31 AM
#80599   Waiting for institutions to buy in.... My take wagner 05/27/22 04:03:25 AM
#80598   EDGAR info. Nebraskan 05/26/22 11:26:20 PM
#80597   I would agree with your assessment. Now is Nebraskan 05/26/22 11:18:19 PM
#80596   Thanks Nebraskan. By the looks of that chart, CritM3 05/26/22 09:29:26 PM
#80595   https://investorshub.advfn.com/uimage/uploads/2022/5/26/wcsqkPicture1.jpeg Nebraskan 05/26/22 09:01:51 PM
#80594   I think I have narrowed the field on Landmark8211111 05/26/22 08:00:52 PM
#80593   I can now sleep a whole lot easier Demolition Man 05/26/22 06:31:54 PM
#80592   I’m more interested in whether or not anybody’s PutzMueler 05/26/22 06:30:08 PM
#80591   Haha, Crit! What nice thinking! I THINK dutchfree 05/26/22 06:18:14 PM
#80590   In the past somebody on this board posted CritM3 05/26/22 06:05:29 PM
#80589   Shouldn’t the chairman know that it has a PutzMueler 05/26/22 05:07:22 PM
#80588   Not that simple! Most believe he can do it. CritM3 05/26/22 04:42:29 PM
#80587   I found this article to be informative and Landmark8211111 05/26/22 03:49:06 PM
#80586   My theory is that someone is collecting small dutchfree 05/26/22 03:09:16 PM
#80585   The reason the pps is drifting back down Advocate77 05/26/22 03:04:57 PM
#80584   F Lind lol! How long can they keep Demolition Man 05/26/22 02:39:02 PM
#80583   And what would that be …shorts? Landmark8211111 05/26/22 02:36:40 PM
#80582   Is there a Lind in the equation? CritM3 05/26/22 02:34:12 PM
#80581   Just like every-other support-level, down it goes eom PutzMueler 05/26/22 02:10:54 PM
#80580   Why REO's is so important to produce! Better dutchfree 05/26/22 01:14:51 PM
#80579   Yes you 34 min mark is correct "I douginil 05/26/22 12:28:41 PM
#80578   Scott Honan has said a number of times douginil 05/26/22 12:20:58 PM
#80577   Even before I read jwr's post #80533 I douginil 05/26/22 12:12:54 PM
#80576   I see no reason it couldn’t happen Landmark8211111 05/26/22 12:12:44 PM
#80575   From 34 min, 11 s in the presentation dutchfree 05/26/22 12:10:50 PM
#80574   HI DM Yes my ears perked douginil 05/26/22 11:47:37 AM
#80573   Oh that Christmas. LoL PutzMueler 05/26/22 11:12:02 AM
#80572   I’ve been waiting for Christmas since they started CritM3 05/26/22 11:00:55 AM
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