NioCorp’s Stock Now Trading on the Nasdaq Stock Market
NioCorp is pleased to announce that its stock began trading on the Nasdaq Stock Market today under the ticker symbol “NB.”
Export-Import Bank of the United States Issues Letter of Interest to NioCorp for Potential Debt Financing of up to $800 Million for NioCorp’s Elk Creek Critical Minerals Project
NioCorp receives a Letter of Interest from the EXIM Bank for potential debt financing of up to $800 million to fund the project costs of NioCorp’s proposed Elk Creek Critical Minerals Project.
New York Times: Elk Creek Project is “a wealth of minerals essential to defense and the green economy”
New York Times Pulitzer Prize-winning reporter Dionne Searcey writes about NioCorp and the company’s Elk Creek Critical Minerals Project in southeast Nebraska.
Fox News Publishes Op-Ed from NioCorp’s Mark Smith on the Coming Rare Earth Crisis
Fox News published today an opinion-editorial by Mark A. Smith, CEO and Executive Chairman of NioCorp Developments, regarding the coming rare earth crisis driven by America’s overwhelming reliance on rare earths imported from China.
NioCorp gains access to as much as $71.9 Million in net proceeds over the next 3 years from its SPAC transaction and 2 additional financings as it prepares to launch trading on the Nasdaq Stock Market
New cash infusion to NioCorp is expected to accelerate progress of the Company’s Elk Creek Critical Minerals Project in Nebraska. See the details here.
Site Preparation Work at NioCorp’s Elk Creek Critical Minerals Project
NioCorp recently commenced site preparation work at the site of the Company’s proposed Elk Creek Critical Minerals Project. The work consisted primarily of tree and brush clearing, in preparation for more extensive land grading and other activities that are expected to commence only after the Project is fully funded. See the video here.
Fox Business News: NioCorp CEO Mark Smith bets on EV demand with mine for rare minerals
Oct. 03, 2022 — NioCorp Executive Chairman and CEO Mark Smith discusses the company’s plan to mine critical minerals for electric vehicle manufacturing on ‘The Claman Countdown.’ See the replay here.
Why NioCorp’s Elk Creek project is vital for the global EV industry
Proactive Investor’s Stephen Gunnion recently interviewed NioCorp senior executives Mark A. Smith and Scott Honan about the Company’s Elk Creek Critical Minerals Project and how its specialty metals can help reduce greenhouse gas emissions. See the interview here.
What We Believe
We believe in strengthening our world and protecting the environment through critical minerals like Niobium, Scandium, and Titanium, which help improve fuel economy, increase safety, reduce harmful air emissions, protect our environment, and help keep the world safer and more secure.
Elk Creek Project
The Elk Creek Superalloy Materials Project is one of the few pure-play critical minerals projects in the U.S. with a definitive feasibility study completed and key U.S. federal permits already obtained. It is the highest grade niobium project in North America as well as one of the world's largest prospective scandium producers.
The Leadership Team
NioCorp is led by a Board of Directors comprised of distinguished and highly experienced leaders, including several with decades of experience in the mining and advanced materials spaces. Our management team is also highly experienced in designing, constructing, and operating critical minerals projects.
A Unique Investment
A publicly traded company currently listed on the Nasdaq Stock Market (Nasdaq:NB) and the Toronto Stock Exchange (TSX:NB), NioCorp represents a unique investment opportunity. NioCorp is a former TSX Venture 50® "Top Performer" among mining companies.
Information for Investors
A publicly traded mineral exploration company, NioCorp Developments Ltd. is currently developing the Elk Creek Superalloy Materials Project, a large underground deposit in southeast Nebraska rich in Niobium, Scandium and Titanium that has a positive NI-43-101 Feasibility Study completed. Investors all around the world follow NioCorp’s progression toward project financing and the launch of construction of this unique critical minerals project. See information about investing in NioCorp here.
2022 Elk Creek Feasibility Study
According to NioCorp’s June 2022 Elk Creek Feasibility Study, the Project has a Pre-Tax Net Present Value of $2.8 billion, a pre-tax Internal Rate of Return 29.2%, and a relatively long mine life of 38 years. The Study also confirms that the Project’s rare earth indicated resource is second only to MP Materials’ Mountain Pass deposit in the U.S.
Our Critical Minerals
NioCorp plans to produce three minerals at its Elk Creek, Nebraska Project that are all considered “critical” by the U.S. Government. This makes the Elk Creek Project one of the few pure-play, greenfield critical minerals mines in the U.S. that have a NI-43-101 Feasibility Study completed and are ready for funding and construction.
The Elk Creek Critical Minerals Mine
By The Numbers
Averaged EDITDA Over Mine Life
Average EBITDA Margin over Mine Life
Gross Revenue Over Mine Life
Payback Period from Production Start
See this note regarding the use of certain forward-looking non-GAAP financial measures on this website.
Deep Dive Briefing on NioCorp's Elk Creek Superalloy and Rare Earth Project
NioCorp's Mark Smith and Scott Honan provide a detailed briefing on the Elk Creek Superalloy Materials Project.
Mark Smith: Domestic Supply Chains to Expand
NioCorp CEO and Executive Chairman Mark Smith predicts that domestic critical minerals supply chains will expand as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Elk Creek Virtual Tour
See a video that explains the power of superalloys and how NioCorp intends to produce three superalloy metals its its Elk Creek Project.
NioCorp's planned products have all been designated as "Critical Minerals" by the U.S. Government. Mark Smith explains the significance.
According to an NI-43-101 compliant Feasibility Study, the Elk Creek Project projects relatively robust economic returns. See the details here.
Learn about the many downstream markets that can utilize the three superalloy materials that NioCorp plans to make at its Elk Creek Project.
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