NioCorp Developments Ltd. is a U.S.-based mineral development company focused on developing several critical minerals from the proposed Elk Creek, Nebraska Critical Minerals Mine. NioCorp plans to produce three commercial mineral products — Niobium, Scandium, and Titanium — from a single ore body in the Midwestern United States. That helps to maximizes production and sales flexibility.
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’s Elk Creek Project is one of the few pure-play critical minerals projects in the U.S. that has completed a positive definitive feasibility study, has already secured key U.S. federal permits, and enjoys strong state and local support.
NioCorp is a publicly traded 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.” To learn more about investing in NioCorp, please visit our Investor Center.
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