International Petroleum Exchange

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International Petroleum Exchange (IPE)

Energy futures and options exchange based in London.

International Petroleum Exchange

Futures and options exchange for energy commodities. Based in London and founded in 1980, the exchange deals with contracts on electricity, oil, natural gas, coal, and carbon emissions allowances. Notably, Brent Crude futures, one of the world's leading oil price indicators, trades on the IPE.
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Its subsidiary is the International Petroleum Exchange of London (IPE), Europe's leading energy futures and options exchange.
Its subsidiary, the International Petroleum Exchange of London (IPE) is Europe's leading energy futures and options exchange, providing regulated open-outcry and electronic marketplaces where participants use futures and options to manage their price risk exposure in the physical energy markets.
64 Tuesday on the International Petroleum Exchange of London.
Its subsidiary, the International Petroleum Exchange of London (IPE), is Europe's leading energy futures and options exchange.
Based in Atlanta, with offices in New York, Houston, Chicago, London and Singapore, IntercontinentalExchange also owns the International Petroleum Exchange of London (IPE), Europe's leading energy futures and options exchange.
Based in Atlanta, with offices in New York, Houston, Chicago, London, and Singapore, IntercontinentalExchange also owns the International Petroleum Exchange of London (IPE), an energy futures and options exchange.
8 million, which primarily included technology provided by Intercontinental to its wholly-owned subsidiary, the International Petroleum Exchange of London ("IPE").
Based in Atlanta, with offices in Chicago, Houston, London, New York and Singapore, Intercontinental also owns the International Petroleum Exchange of London (IPE), Europe's leading energy futures and options exchange.
This profitability was achieved despite the costs borne by Intercontinental's OTC business to develop the new electronic futures trading infrastructure for The International Petroleum Exchange of London ("IPE"), its wholly owned subsidiary.
Based in Atlanta, (and with offices in New York, Houston, Chicago, London and Singapore), IntercontinentalExchange also owns the International Petroleum Exchange of London (IPE), an energy futures and options exchange.
Based in Atlanta (and with offices in New York, Houston, Chicago, London and Singapore), ICE also owns the International Petroleum Exchange of London (IPE), an energy futures and options exchange.
ICE is the owner of the International Petroleum Exchange of London (IPE), Europe's leading energy futures and options exchange.

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