Who we are

ABOUT US

Our Group

Advisory Committee


WHAT WE STAND FOR

Our Values

Wyloo is driven by a set of values, core to who we are and how we operate each and every day.


Humility

Frugality

Courage & Determination

Generating Ideas

Empowerment

Integrity

Enthusiasm

Safety

Family

Stretch Targets

SEE HOW WE EVOLVED

Our History


1997

Mincor listed on ASX as Africwest Gold NL.

1999

Iscor Ltd of South Africa becomes major shareholder. Company name changed to Mincor Resources NL.

2000

Mincor establishes alliance with BHP to develop copper resources at Reko Diq project in Pakistan.

Mincor wins bid to acquire Miitel nickel mine & tenements in Kambalda nickel district of WA from WMC Resources Ltd.

2001

Mincor acquires Wannaway nickel mine from WMC Resources.

Mincor becomes the second largest independent nickel sulphide producer in Australia.

2003

Mincor divests Tethyan Copper Company Limited. Announces plans for 3rd nickel mine, Redross, in Kambalda District.

2004

Mincor approves development of Mariners nickel mine in Kambalda District.

2005

Mincor enters into JV agreement with Celsuis Resources Ltd for 70% interest in Carnilya Hill nickel project.

2007

Mincor acquires Goldfields Mine Mangement Pty Ltd providing owner & operatership of Otter Juan nickel mine, Durkin, McMahon nickel mines and surrounding tenement portfolio in Kambalda.

Mincor acquires Bluebush tenements in Kambalda from BHPB Nickel West Pty Ltd.

Mincor approves development of McMahon nickel mine (7th in Kambalda district).

Eagle’s Nest nickel, copper and platinum group element (Ni-Cu-PGE) deposit discovered by Noront Resources. The region was named the Ring of Fire due to the ring shape of the geological magnetic image of the region, whilst conveniently endorsing Noront Resources’ founder, President and CEO – Richard Nemis – love of Johnny Cash.

2008

Noront Resources discovers Blackbird Chromite deposit.

2009

Mincor turns 10! Delivering returns of more thank 6,000% to shareholders since October 1999.

2012

Mincor aquires substantial new land packagie in Kambalda Nickel District from Jupiter Mines Ltd. This includes significant historical high-grade nickel intercepts which will later emerge as the Cassini nickel deposit.

First Feasibility Study for Eagle’s Nest.

2013

First Environmental Assessment Report draft for Eagle’s Nest in the Ring of Fire.

2014

Mining Lease awarded for Eagle’s Nest and Blackbird deposits in the Ring of Fire.

2015

Noront Resources acquires Cliffs’ Chromite Properties (Black Thor, Black Label, Big Daddy) in the Ring of Fire.

2016

Noront Resources acquires a 75% interest in the MacDonald Mines properties in the Ring of Fire.

2017

Noront Resources signs an Exploration and Project Advancement Agreement with Marten Falls First Nation to compensate for work that has been completed on their traditional land and outlines a one year process that will be used to negotiate a Pre-Development Agreement for the Eagles Nest mine located in northern Ontario.

2019

Noront Resources and Aroland First Nation sign a Memorandum of Understanding to advance the planning process for the development of the Eagle’s Nest deposit in the Ring of Fire.

2021

Wyloo makes a proposal to acquire Noront Resources in Canada.

2022

Wyloo Metals agrees to back IGO’s $1.1 billion purchase of Western Areas and collaborate on nickel downstream processing opportunities under a newly formed partnership.

Wyloo Metals makes its first move into rare earths, backing ASX-listed Hastings Technology Metals for $150 million via a convertible notes arrangement.

Noront Resources acquired by Wyloo Metals.

Noront Resources signs a Memorandum of Understanding with Webequie First Nation.

2023

Land secured at Kwinana for Australia’s first integrated battery materials facility project by Wyloo Metals and IGO.