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News Features & Awards

Though our first priority is to innovate on behalf of our clients, we are honored when we are recognized for our work. We believe these awards validate the effectiveness of the ICE platform, the mission of the company and the efforts of our employees. Over the years we have been recognized for excellence in various aspects of our business including innovations in technology and customer service.

2005 Derivatives Exchange of the Year

IntercontinentalExchange (NYSE: ICE), the leading electronic energy marketplace, has been named Derivatives Exchange of the Year for 2005 by Risk Magazine.

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Risk awards 2006

2006 MarketWatch CEO of the Year Award

ICE Chairman and CEO, Jeffery C. Sprecher, named one of five finalists for this prestigious award.

2006 Excalibur Awards

Technology Association of Georgia (TAG)

Winner of the 2006 Excalibur Award for innovative use of technology.

Georgia Technology Fast 50

Deloitte & Touche LLP

Recognized as one the 50 fastest growing technology companies in Georgia.

First Place - Favoured Trading Platform

Energy Risk - Sofware Rankings 2006

IntercontinentalExchange (NYSE: ICE), the leading electronic energy marketplace, has been named Favored Trading Platform of the Year for 2006 by the readers of Energy Risk magazine.

Over a 1000 voting forms were sent to end users and trading houses worldwide. Respondents were asked to nominate in order of preference their top choices. This is the third consecutive year that ICE has taken the top spot in the Favored Trading Platform category.

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SmartBusiness Atlanta

Interview with Jeff Sprecher, Chairman and CEO, IntercontinentalExchange.

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SFO Magazine

Hot Ice! The Intercontinental Exchange Energizes The Energy Markets Feature Interview with Ice Chairman & CEO, Jeffrey Sprecher.


ICE: "The Market Has Spoken"

Jeffrey Sprecher, IntercontinentalExchange (ICE)'s founder, chairman, and chief executive spoke with FO Week's Jim Kharouf about ICE as a publicly traded company, its hot new WTI futures contract, competition with New York Mercantile Exchange (Nymex) and others, and the future of the energy sector.

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