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These excerpts taken from the ICE 10-K filed Feb 11, 2009.
Our Principal Competitors
 
Currently, our principal competitors include exchanges such as the Chicago Mercantile Exchange, or CME, the New York Mercantile Exchange, or NYMEX, which is now part of the CME, and London International Financial Futures and Options Exchange, or LIFFE, which is now part of NYSE Euronext. In addition, we currently compete with voice brokers active in the OTC commodities and credit derivatives markets, other electronic trading platforms for derivatives and market data vendors.
 
Our Principal Competitors
 
Currently, our principal competitors include exchanges such as the Chicago Mercantile Exchange, or CME, the New York Mercantile Exchange, or NYMEX, which is now part of the CME, and London International Financial Futures and Options Exchange, or LIFFE, which is now part of NYSE Euronext. In addition, we currently compete with voice brokers active in the OTC commodities and credit derivatives markets, other electronic trading platforms for derivatives and market data vendors.
 
Our Principal Competitors
 
Currently, our principal competitors include exchanges such as the Chicago Mercantile Exchange, or CME, the New York Mercantile Exchange, or NYMEX, which is now part of the CME, and London International Financial Futures and Options Exchange, or LIFFE, which is now part of NYSE Euronext. In addition, we currently compete with voice brokers active in the OTC commodities and credit derivatives markets, other electronic trading platforms for derivatives and market data vendors.
 
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Principal Competitors



 



Currently, our principal competitors include exchanges such as
the Chicago Mercantile Exchange, or CME, the New York Mercantile
Exchange, or NYMEX, which is now part of the CME, and London
International Financial Futures and Options Exchange, or LIFFE,
which is now part of NYSE Euronext. In addition, we currently
compete with voice brokers active in the OTC commodities and
credit derivatives markets, other electronic trading platforms
for derivatives and market data vendors.


 




Our
Principal Competitors



 



Currently, our principal competitors include exchanges such as
the Chicago Mercantile Exchange, or CME, the New York Mercantile
Exchange, or NYMEX, which is now part of the CME, and London
International Financial Futures and Options Exchange, or LIFFE,
which is now part of NYSE Euronext. In addition, we currently
compete with voice brokers active in the OTC commodities and
credit derivatives markets, other electronic trading platforms
for derivatives and market data vendors.


 




Our
Principal Competitors



 



Currently, our principal competitors include exchanges such as
the Chicago Mercantile Exchange, or CME, the New York Mercantile
Exchange, or NYMEX, which is now part of the CME, and London
International Financial Futures and Options Exchange, or LIFFE,
which is now part of NYSE Euronext. In addition, we currently
compete with voice brokers active in the OTC commodities and
credit derivatives markets, other electronic trading platforms
for derivatives and market data vendors.


 




These excerpts taken from the ICE 10-K filed Feb 13, 2008.
Our Principal Competitors
 
Currently, our principal competitors include exchanges such as the New York Mercantile Exchange, or NYMEX, the Chicago Mercantile Exchange, or CME, and London International Financial Futures and Options Exchange, or LIFFE, which is now part of NYSE Euronext. In April 2006, NYMEX and CME announced that they had entered into a definitive technology services agreement under which CME, through CME Globex, is the exclusive electronic trading services provider for NYMEX’s energy futures and options contracts. Subsequently, the volume of NYMEX energy futures contracts traded through Globex surpassed the volume of NYMEX energy futures contracts traded in its open-outcry market. Among its primary products, NYMEX


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offers trading in WTI light sweet crude oil futures and Henry Hub natural gas futures contracts. In addition, we currently compete with:
 
  •  voice brokers active in the OTC commodities markets;
 
  •  other electronic trading platforms for derivatives; and
 
  •  market data vendors.
 
Our
Principal Competitors



 



Currently, our principal competitors include exchanges such as
the New York Mercantile Exchange, or NYMEX, the Chicago
Mercantile Exchange, or CME, and London International Financial
Futures and Options Exchange, or LIFFE, which is now part of
NYSE Euronext. In April 2006, NYMEX and CME announced that they
had entered into a definitive technology services agreement
under which CME, through CME Globex, is the exclusive electronic
trading services provider for NYMEX’s energy futures and
options contracts. Subsequently, the volume of NYMEX energy
futures contracts traded through Globex surpassed the volume of
NYMEX energy futures contracts traded in its open-outcry market.
Among its primary products, NYMEX





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offers trading in WTI light sweet crude oil futures and Henry
Hub natural gas futures contracts. In addition, we currently
compete with:


 




































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voice brokers active in the OTC commodities markets;
 
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other electronic trading platforms for derivatives; and
 
  • 

market data vendors.


 




This excerpt taken from the ICE 10-K filed Feb 26, 2007.
Our Principal Competitors
 
Currently, our principal competitors include exchanges such as the New York Mercantile Exchange, or NYMEX, the Chicago Mercantile Exchange, or CME, and London International Financial Futures and Options Exchange, or LIFFE, which is now part of Euronext. In April 2006, NYMEX and CME announced that they had entered into a definitive technology services agreement under which CME, through CME Globex, is the exclusive electronic trading services provider for NYMEX’s energy futures and options contracts. Recently, the volume of NYMEX energy futures contracts traded through Globex has surpassed the volume of NYMEX energy futures contracts traded on its open-outcry market. Among its primary products, NYMEX offers trading in a WTI light sweet crude oil futures contract and a Henry Hub natural gas futures contract. In addition, we currently compete with:
 
  •  voice brokers active in the commodities markets;
 
  •  other electronic trading energy platforms; and
 
  •  market data vendors.
 
This excerpt taken from the ICE 10-K filed Mar 10, 2006.
Our Principal Competitors
 
Currently, our principal competitor is the New York Mercantile Exchange, Inc. (“NYMEX”). NYMEX is a predominantly open-outcry commodities exchange for the trading of energy futures contracts and options on futures contracts. In February 2006, NYMEX announced plans to offer side-by-side electronic trading along with its open-outcry trading, and this service is expected to launch prior to the end of the second quarter of 2006. Among its primary products, NYMEX offers trading in a West Texas Intermediate light sweet crude oil futures contract and a Henry Hub natural gas futures contract. In addition, we currently compete with:
 
  •  voice brokers active in the commodities markets;
 
  •  other electronic trading energy platforms; and
 
  •  market data vendors.
 
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