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  1. WetNap 30 september 2022 16:46
    Op een week tijd 20% naar boven. Het nieuws heeft zijn effect niet gemist.Weldra naar de Nasdaq...

    Deals of the day-Mergers and acquisitions
    22:07 (26-09) - Bron: Reuters
    (Adds NioCorp Developments Ltd, Hammerhead Resources, Empresas
    Sept 26 (Reuters) - The following bids, mergers,
    acquisitions and disposals were reported by 2000 GMT on Monday:
    ** Hammerhead Resources Inc plans to list on the Nasdaq by
    merging with blank check company Decarbonization Plus
    Acquisition Corporation IV in a C$1.39 billion ($1.02
    billion) deal, a rare U.S.-listing for a Canadian oil and gas
    ** Rare earth miner NioCorp Developments Ltd said it
    will merge with blank-check firm GX Acquisition Corp II
    , giving it access to up to $285 million for the
    development of its Elk Creek project in southeastern Nebraska.

    ** Chile's Empresas Copec has entered the
    customer delivery services business by acquiring last-mile
    logistics firm Blue Express for about $225 million, the
    country's largest industrial group said.

    ** A KKR & Co Inc led group has withdrawn a A$20
    billion ($13 billion) bid for Australian hospital operator
    Ramsay Health Care after talks hit a stalemate, killing
    Australia's biggest deal of the year and sending the target's
    shares tumbling.
    ** Brazilian oil company Petro Rio SA said it has
    agreed to buy a 40% stake in the Itaipu oilfield from
    TotalEnergies , a move that will take its interest in
    the asset to 100%.
    ** Airports Group Europe, an indirect subsidiary of IFM
    Global Infrastructure Fund (IFM GIF), has sweetened its bid to
    obtain a majority stake in Vienna Airport.
    ** Shares in M6 , the French television unit German
    media giant Bertelsmann has put up for sale, rallied after
    reports that initial offers by bidders had been filed.

    ** Property investor LXi REIT said it is pulling
    out from a deal to buy Sainsbury's stores in southern
    England after suspending an equity funding, citing stock market
    ** Qatari telecoms company Ooredoo is preparing
    for a sale of 20,000 of its towers, it said , with sources close
    to the matter saying it has engaged Morgan Stanley to
    work on the deal.
    ** Spanish power company Iberdrola hired Barclays'
    investment bank to sell up to 49% in a portfolio of
    Spanish renewable power projects, Expansion newspaper reported,
    citing unidentified market sources.
    ** The Asian branch of global crop merchant Louis Dreyfus
    Company (LDC) said it had entered into an agreement with
    Longriver Farms for the acquisition of Australian grain handler
    Emerald Grain.
    ** Private equity firm Ratos said it had made a
    recommended cash offer for Semcon that values the
    Swedish tech consultancy at 2.84 billion crowns ($249.1
    (Compiled by Rajarshi Roy and Raghav Mahobe in Bengaluru)
  2. Iceman 11 oktober 2022 06:23
    CEO and Executive Chairman Mark A. Smith to Discuss NioCorp’s Proposed Scandium Production in Southeast Nebraska and Prospective Scandium Markets
    Conference Also Features Panel Discussion with NioCorp, Rio Tinto, Project Blue, and Traxys
    CENTENNIAL, Colo., October 11, 2022 — NioCorp Developments Ltd. (“NioCorp” or the “Company”) (TSX:NB) (OTCQX:NIOBF) is pleased to announce that CEO and Executive Chairman Mark Smith will present on its Elk Creek Critical Minerals Project (the “Project”) at the 2022 International Scandium Symposium, which will take place at the Westgate Resort Hotel in Las Vegas on Thursday, October 20, 2022.
    The conference will feature presentations from NioCorp, Rio Tinto, and other prospective scandium producers from around the world. Information on the conference can be seen here: metalevents.com/events/international-...
    Mr. Smith’s presentation, entitled “Nebraska Scandium: American-Made and Climate-Smart,” begins at 1 p.m. Eastern and will be followed by a question-and-answer period with the conference audience. Presentations at the conference will not be broadcast live but are expected to be made available for video replay.
    A panel discussion also will be held at 2:45 p.m. Eastern on October 20th, featuring Mr. Smith; Wagner Oliveira, General Manager, Strategic Resource, Development and Mine Technical Services, Rio Tinto Iron and Titanium Canada; Nils Backeberg, Founder & Director, Project Blue, South Africa; and a representative from Traxys North America (“Traxys”).
    Subject to the receipt of necessary project financing and commencement of operations, the Project in southeast Nebraska positions the Company to emerge as a large prospective U.S. producer of scandium, with an estimated average production of 104 tonnes per year of Scandium over the Project’s 38-year mine life.
    NioCorp has executed a commercial sales agreement with Traxys for up to 120 tonnes of scandium trioxide over the first 10 years of operation of NioCorp’s planned production, subject to the receipt of necessary project financing and commencement of operations at the Project. The NioCorp—Traxys scandium contract is thought to be the largest single offtake agreement for scandium ever executed.
    NioCorp is currently operating a demonstration plant in Quebec, Canada to test the technical feasibility of a simplified process for producing niobium, scandium, and titanium, as well as extracting and separating high-purity Neodymium-Praseodymium (“NdPr”) Oxide, Dysprosium Oxide, and Terbium Oxide.
    Qualified Persons
    Scott Honan, M.Sc., SME-RM, COO of NioCorp Developments Ltd., a Qualified Person as defined by National Instrument 43-101, has reviewed and approved the technical information contained in the news release.
    # # #
    For More Information:
    Jim Sims, Corporate Communications Officer, NioCorp Developments Ltd., 720-639-4650, jim.sims@niocorp.com
    @NioCorp $NB.TO $NIOBF $BR3 #Niobium #Scandium #rareearth #neodymium #dysprosium #terbium #ElkCreek #EV #electricvehicle
  3. Iceman 28 december 2022 18:59
    Aerospace Critical Minerals
    Niobium, Scandium, and Titanium — critical and strategic minerals that NioCorp plans to produce in Nebraska — are all critical to a number of aerospace technologies and platforms. Virtually every commercial jetliner, and military aircraft, flying today utilizes alloys made with Niobium and Titanium. In fact, according to Niobium market leader CBMM, the most common jet engine in service today contains about 300 kilograms of niobium.
    Helicopters, drones, satellites and a host of other aerospace technologies would not fly without one or more of these strategic metals.
    When sufficient and reliable supplies of Scandium come online, that metal offers truly revolutionary benefits to aerospace, and to commercial aviation in particular. For example, an independent analysis by OnG Commodities LLC shows the following:
    Scandium-contained aluminum alloys can save airline operators approximately $9 million in net present value for a single B737-sized jetliner, assuming Scandium oxide pricing at $3,500/kg. This represents an 11:1 cost-savings ratio for the airlines, and assumes B737 flying 3,250 hours per year, using American Airlines’ cost of capital, U.S. Energy Information Agency (EIA) projections for future fuel price inflation, Scandium Trioxide (Sc2O3) at a price of $3,500/kg, and an average 0.7% by weight scandium doping level.
    For commercial aircraft manufacturers, AlSc alloys allow aluminum components to be welded instead of joined via hundreds of thousands of rivets per plane. For manufacturers, this could amount to tens of millions of dollars/year in lower materials costs and direct manufacturing costs and a higher manufacturing throughput. A 1% increase in annual production of a narrow body jet is worth approximately $500 million in added revenue to an commercial aircraft manufacturer.
  4. Iceman 30 december 2022 07:48
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    #NIOCORP ~12/27/2022 ~Financiers, end-users press for ESG mine ratings as critical minerals demand grows~
    12/27/2022 ~Financiers, end-users press for ESG mine ratings as critical minerals demand grows~
    A market is opening up for rating mining projects from an environmental, social and governance, or ESG, standpoint, as original equipment manufacturers and technology companies heighten scrutiny of the origins of raw materials for their “green economy” products, such as electric vehicle and energy storage batteries.
    Such ratings will facilitate decisions by financiers and end-users on which projects to support and which products to buy, and help align the mining sector’s ESG indicators, which currently lack standardization.
    Specialist ESG mine ratings – typically giving mine operations classifications starting from a low-risk AAA down to D – are set to add an extra dimension to market perceptions and visibility as demand for mined product grows. Awareness of governance has also risen in the aftermath of recent fatal iron ore tailings dams accidents in Brazil involving Vale and BHP, and Rio Tinto’s destruction of sacred indigenous caves in Australia.
    ESG factors have affected iron ore supply, pricing
    Credit ratings agencies including S&P Global Ratings, a division of S&P Global, have traditionally focused on assessing entities’ probability of default. They are now increasingly offering E, S and G, as well as sustainability assessments within a credit analysis and as standalone analysis.
    Since 2019 S&P Global Ratings has been offering ESG Evaluations of company strategies, requested and paid for by the client, which can then make the evaluation publicly available if it wishes. S&P Global describes this as a “forward looking, long term opinion of readiness for disruptive ESG risks and opportunities,” reviewed and updated annually. An analysis of Scope 2 emissions mitigations strategies may also be included.
    The only such evaluation on a mining company so far made publicly available is on Australia’s Fortescue Metals Group, the world’s fourth biggest iron ore producer. It gained a 66/100 ESG Evaluation (described by S&P Global as reflecting “robust” ESG management practices) and a Strong (+ 8) Preparedness Opinion, indicating it is well prepared to remain resilient to disruptions, especially the energy transition.
    “The ESG Evaluations have been launched in response to growing demand for this type of analysis, answering a need in the marketplace,” said an S&P Global Ratings spokesperson. “ESG Evaluations are designed to be cross-sector, relative analysis of an entity’s capacity to operate successfully in the future.”
    S&P Global, within its Sustainable1 division, also offers Corporate Sustainability Assessments, which evaluate companies’ sustainability practices. This already covers over 10,000 firms from around the world, including companies in the mining sector.
    Auditors and consultants have also become active in the ESG evaluation space.
    Kazakhstan-focused diversified miner Eurasian Resources Group, whose long-term credit rating was upgraded by S&P in July to B from B- with stable outlook on strong performance and robust markets, in the same month released its specialized ESG-focused Clean Cobalt & Copper Performance Report 2022.
    The report, assured by independent auditor PricewaterhouseCoopers, focuses on activities at ERG’s Metalkol cobalt and copper tailings recycling facility in the Democratic Republic of Congo, reinforcing the principles of OECD due diligence guidance for responsible mineral supply chains from conflict-affected and high-risk areas.
    PwC’s assurance demonstrates the greater attention now being given by the accountancy sector to sustainable mine initiatives.
    Traditional mine company ratings information may still be collected by algorithms, which may not appreciate ethics and may focus too much on past performance, said Jamie Strauss, an independent specialist mine rater, founder and CEO of UK-based Digbee ESG, a pioneer among “future-facing” mine accreditation firms.
    “There seems [currently] to be a lack of coverage and transparency in the methodology, a lack of granularity in ratings that needs to be addressed,” Strauss said.
    “Currently ratings agencies are typically backward-looking and may not pick up what a miner plans to integrate with a local community over the life of mines and beyond. We have to lead from the top, from the G [governance], and encourage the geographic context: it’s important that we move away from penalizing certain areas, such as the [Democratic Republic of the Congo], which may need mining more.” Mining is historically considered dirty and dangerous, both in terms of its operations and carbon emissions, but the industry now has an onus to produce more in line with the green economy’s growing mineral demand.
    Six out of 10 energy transition goals can’t be achieved without critical minerals such as lithium, cobalt, graphite, rare earths, copper and nickel, according to the UK Critical Minerals Association, an adviser to the country’s government on its critical minerals strategy.
    Global demand for critical minerals required for net-zero technologies is expected to increase six-fold from 7.1 million mt in 2020 to 42.3 million mt by 2050, the association said.
    New mine projects must be brought on stream to meet demand, with certified green production that could in the future command ESG-related price premiums.
    A system of specialist ratings could also speed up mine development.
    International Energy Agency data shows that it takes an average of 16 years to take a mining project from discovery into production, given many factors including geopolitics, the need for new infrastructure and overall falling mineral qualities, now that many of the world’s richest deposits have already been mined.
    In comparison, a gigafactory for production of electric vehicle or energy storage batteries can be up and running in two years.
    “This leaves a problematic time lag,” the UK CMA said.
  5. Iceman 30 december 2022 07:51
    Financiers request ESG ratings
    Digbee started rating mine operations following a March 2020 request by financiers, including major investment and risk management companies BlackRock and Orion Resource Partners, Strauss told S&P Global Commodity Insights in an interview.
    “Private equity groups including Tembo Capital, Appian Capital and Arch have also endorsed this,” he said. These groups are key influencers in an industry where financing now derives increasingly from private equity sources, while traditional financiers including major banks baulk at the sector’s growing ESG-related risks.
    Thirty-six global standards for the mining sector, including those from the World Bank, International Finance Corporation, United Nations and Extractive Industries Transparency Initiative are mapped in the Digbee ratings process, Strauss said.
    The specialist agency has already rated over 25 companies at exploration, development and production stages, along with a royalties company.
    It expects to complete assessments – to be repeated annually – on around 50 companies by Q2 2023. Scores will be published 12 months after the initial assessment.
    So far, much of the demand for many of the independent ratings has come from graphite projects.
    In a market hungry for new capacity, demand for some types of graphite is growing as much as 30% annually. As soon as 2030, overall demand for graphite used in anodes for electric vehicle batteries as well as in the construction sector is expected to be triple the current global production of 1.4 million mt/year.
    Lithium and rare earths – also used in transport electrification – are also expected to be frontrunners in the ratings stakes.
    ASX-listed BlackEarth Minerals, which is developing a graphite mine in Madagascar and a processing plant in India, has been one of Digbee’s early customers, gaining a BB rating.
    “I don’t think mine ratings will become mandatory, but self-assessment will become more important and may be a prerequisite in financing. In country terms, 95% of the world’s graphite is from riskier countries,” BlackEarth CEO Tom Revy told S&P Global.
    “Having a rating will be an enormous plus – it will just make life easier.”
    Battery passport scores
    Mineral product ratings in the future will come not only from agencies. A score relating to ESG performance across the battery value chain is to be included in the Global Battery Passport, currently in a pilot phase and set to be launched at the World Economic Forum at Davos in January 2023 by the Global Battery Alliance.
    The digital passport is designed to help align the transport and power industries with the goals of the Paris Agreement by 2030. With just a barcode or a QR code, it will show stakeholders in the EV battery production chain and the end-users data – including where the minerals used in a specific battery originate; how they were produced, for instance in terms of human rights considerations; and carbon footprint – while at the same time validating battery performance and setting relevant benchmarks.
    “It’s a data consolidator to boost transparency and we expect it to become a global industry standard for batteries, which could also determine price differentiation in end-products,” said Benedikt Sobotka, co-chair of GBA, the largest multistakeholder coalition in this space. GBA now groups together 120 members, including miners, carmakers, government departments, industry associations, civil society and academia.
    GBA in December launched a Human Rights Index and a Child Labour Index for the Battery Passport, said to be the first-ever frameworks to measure and score the efforts of companies or products specific to the battery value chain towards supporting the elimination of child labor and respecting human rights.
    Sobotka, also CEO of miner ERG, sees that specialist ESG ratings will from now on be “increasingly important” if the mining industry is to meet energy transition-related demand in the “dramatic” timescale that climate targets require, because the mine development climate, including licensing, is increasingly complex and regulation-driven.
    Larger miners may already adhere to accepted ESG principles. “But a very large part of this industry is made up of small-to-mid size companies, sometimes in complicated geographies,” Sobotka said. “We will need to see a lot more transparency-creating and a lot more single-asset ESG rating. Stakeholders will demand this.”
    (March 7, 2022) NioCorp Completes and Deploys Equator Principles Program for Environmental, Social & Governance Performance
    As part of its ESG program under the Equator Principles, NioCorp has:
    ****Completed a comprehensive risk assessment along with management plans for high-risk areas.
    ****Conducted preliminary environmental and social impact assessments.
    ****Developed an Environmental and Social Management System, including procedures for key ESG subject areas that will assist with the management of the Company’s day-to-day activities
    ****Developed more formal community engagement procedures.
    ****Established a grievance mechanism for local communities and other stakeholders.
    ****Completed a Climate Change Risk Assessment for the project, demonstrating the project’s resilience to climate-related risks and -
    ****Completed an Environmental Justice assessment for the project, demonstrating the positive impacts that the project will have for the people of Southeast Nebraska.
    Form your own opinions & conclusions above:
    IMHO: It appears our Niocorp TEAM has ESG/GHG PRINCIPLES well in order.
  6. Iceman 2 januari 2023 16:03
    ?? ALERT ??
    2023 will be the year when NioCorp will finally be able to realize the construction of the mine. The following things we can look forward to in sequence or overlapping:
    Results from the Demo Plant - viability of REE, process simplification
    Approval from SEC and NB and GXII shareholders for the merger
    Listing on the NASDAQ
    Updated and final FS
    Some funding from Government - Loan or grants
    Debt arrangement - maybe soon after the merger/listing in one or two phases
    Off-take agreements for REE and some more Scandium
    Start the work with surface and underground long lead activities AND THIS IS ONLY FOR 2023! thanks to ms008 for his outlook.. More will be revealed. YOU HAVE BEEN NOTIFIED!!!
  7. Iceman 4 januari 2023 12:12
    NioCorp Rare Earth Demonstration Plant Showing Positive Rare Earth Recovery Results

    CENTENNIAL, Colo. (January 4, 2023) – NioCorp Developments Ltd. (“NioCorp” or the “Company”) (TSX:NB) (OTCQX:NIOBF) today announced that its demonstration-scale processing plant (the “demonstration plant”) in Quebec, Canada has succeeded in obtaining a rare earth dissolution rate of 86-95% from Elk Creek ore through hydrochloric acid leaching, and has achieved a loading rate of rare earths as high as 99% in the follow-on solvent extraction recovery step. These relatively high rates, which were expected, point to potentially strong rates of overall recovery of separated rare earth oxides, subject to additional demonstration testing over the coming weeks.

    Additional solvent extraction steps will be deployed to establish the ultimate recovery rates of potential rare earth products. The demonstration plant has further established that the rare earths recovered in the initial solvent extraction step are accompanied by only two impurities of note: iron and a very small amount of nickel. Given the success of this initial separation step, L3 and NioCorp expect that losses in the additional solvent extraction steps would be low.

    NioCorp is currently focused on demonstrating its ability to recover three high-purity rare earth products: (1) neodymium-praseodymium ("NdPr") oxide, which is the principal component of neodymium-iron-boron ("NdFeB") permanent rare earth magnets, (2) Dysprosium ("Dy") oxide, and (3) Terbium ("Tb") oxide. Both Dy and Tb oxide are critical to the type of powerful NdFeB magnets used in the traction motors of electric vehicles. However, very little of these high-purity separated rare earth products are made outside of Asia.

    "These results are in line with our expectations and they show that the ongoing work at the plant is proceeding in a positive direction," said Scott Honan, NioCorp's Chief Operating Officer. "In the coming weeks, we look forward to seeing the final results from the separations extractions testing that is now underway and to reporting those results to the public."

    As no economic analysis has been completed on the rare earth mineral resource comprising a portion of the Elk Creek Project, further studies are required before determining whether extraction of rare earth elements can be reasonably justified and economically viable after taking account all relevant factors.


    Eric Larochelle, B.Eng., Co-Owner, L3 Process Development, a Qualified Person as defined by National Instrument 43-101, has reviewed and approved the technical information, and verified the data, contained in this news release.

    Scott Honan, M.Sc., SME-RM, COO of NioCorp Developments Ltd., a Qualified Person as defined by National Instrument 43-101, has reviewed and approved the technical information contained in the news release.
  8. Iceman 12 januari 2023 07:33
    DD ??????
    NIOCORP'S Elk Creek Mine, Nebraska (NIOBF)- "Is Shovel Ready!" & IS LARGEST NIOBIUM & THE SECOND LARGEST PROVEN REE MINE PROJECT IN THE U.S.! May 19, 2022 NioCorp’s Elk Creek Project Confirmed as the Second Largest Indicated-Or-Better Rare Earth Resource in the U.S. www.niocorp.com/niocorps-elk-creek-pr... Owner: NIOCORP/Elk Creek Resources (NIOBF) Deposit Type: Carbonatite with Bastnäsite ***NOTE NIOCORP is completing Final Demonstration Plant Operations & 2023 F.S. WILL Determine Final Yearly Critical Mineral Production output of the aforementioned ***Critical minerals. (Resource & Reserves could be much larger-USGS-) The Elk Creek Project is highly de-risked on multiple levels & intends to produce over 750 TONS of REE OXIDES on site! "NOT CONCENTRATES"! secureservercdn.net/ ~It features the highest-grade primary Niobium resource in North America, and the only such resource under development in the U.S. ~It offers unique value in that it is expected to emerge as one of the world’s largest Scandium producers. 10% Off-Take agreement with Traxys is in place. ~All major federal permits have now been obtained. ~The Project enjoys strong local support in Nebraska. ~75% of the Project’s primary product – Ferroniobium — is already under contract over the first 10 years of production. ~Approximately 10% of the Project’s expected production of Scandium over the first 10 years of production has been placed under a commercial sales contract. ~In-principle eligibility from the German Government loan guarantee program has been secured. ~Completed & amended June 2022 F.S. adding Market Compliant REE Ni-43-101 Resource report with Pounds in the Ground! ~Plans to release market compliant Final F.S. estimate early 2023. (Possibility of generating $600 Million/year before OPEX) ~SPAC DEAL WITH GXII to secure @ $400 Million in Equity is expected to be affirmed early 2023.
    2020/21 was lost to Covid. I wish IT ALL HAPPENED SOONER TOO ...but it appears to be Happening now.) I believe in our Team & Project & will keep my front row seats for what "I THINK" is happening 2023 - 2026.
  9. WetNap 27 januari 2023 18:08
    De forse stijging vandaag doet vermoeden dat het hier wel goed komt. Of is dit n.a.v. het persbericht?
  10. Beurske 31 januari 2023 17:35


    Working with White House officials on critical minerals issues. This Administration is working hard to help support environmentally responsible critical minerals projects like NioCorp’s Elk Creek Project in the great State of Nebraska.
  11. Beurske 31 januari 2023 17:42
    Jim Sims plaatste vandaag een foto op linkedin en facebook waar Jim , Mark Smith en Scott Honan voor het Witte Huis staan.
  12. Iceman 3 februari 2023 16:56

    Beurske schreef op 31 januari 2023 17:42:

    Jim Sims plaatste vandaag een foto op linkedin en facebook waar Jim , Mark Smith en Scott Honan voor het Witte Huis staan.
    Al 4 dagen na elkaar
  13. Beurske 7 februari 2023 10:34

    Het feit dat Niocorp met hun proefopstelling werkt met een mogelijk gepatenteerde techniek kan ervoor zorgen dat straks ook andere partijen hun materiaal bij Niocorp laten bewerken en het niet meer nodig is dit bv in het buitenland te laten doen.

    Het zou voor nog meer omzet kunnen gaan zorgen.
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