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About Ice Energy

Ice Energy is a company that focuses on providing information and reviews related to air conditioning units and other products that enhance indoor comfort, operating in the information services and consumer goods industries. The company's main service is to provide comprehensive articles and reviews about various products such as air conditioners, dehumidifiers, fans, heaters, humidifiers, and air purification systems, helping consumers make informed purchase decisions. It was founded in 2003 and is based in Santa Barbara, California.

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120 El Paseo

Santa Barbara, California, 93101,

United States




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Ice Energy Patents

Ice Energy has filed 16 patents.

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Heat exchangers, Energy storage, Energy recovery, Energy conversion, Cooling technology


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Heat exchangers, Energy storage, Energy recovery, Energy conversion, Cooling technology



Latest Ice Energy News

Iran's oil output, exports rise as Washington, Tehran talk

Aug 31, 2023

The Liberian-flagged oil tanker Ice Energy transfers crude oil from the Iranian-flagged oil tanker Lana (former Pegas), off the shore of Karystos, on the Island of Evia, Greece, May 26, 2022. REUTERS/Costas Baltas/File Photo Updated LONDON/WASHINGTON - Iran's oil output and exports jumped in August despite U.S. sanctions, according to consultants and companies that track tanker shipments, as Tehran sells to buyers including China. Analysts said the higher exports appear to be the result of Iran's success in evading U.S. sanctions and Washington's discretion in enforcing them as the two countries seek better relations. The United States has sought to limit Iran's oil exports since Donald Trump exited a 2015 nuclear accord in 2018 and re-imposed sanctions aimed at curbing revenues to Iran's government. But the exports have risen during President Joe Biden's term, with China a top buyer, according to the industry trackers. SVB International, a consultant, estimates Iran's oil production increased in August to 3.15 million barrels per day (bpd), the highest since 2018, with crude oil and condensate exports at just under 2 million bpd. "Iran is on the path to recover its pre-sanctions oil production," said SVB's Sara Vakhshouri. Three other trackers contacted by Reuters had similar estimates. The United States is in talks with Iran over a potential agreement in which five U.S. citizens would be released by Iran and $6 billion in Iranian funds in South Korea would be unfrozen. White House National Security Adviser Jake Sullivan has declined to offer a timeline on a deal. High oil prices are also a political risk for Biden as the November, 2024 elections approach. More supply on the global market could keep prices down. "It seems to be happening," Kevin Book, an analyst at ClearView Energy Partners, said about what he calls enforcement discretion of U.S. sanctions. A U.S. State Department spokesperson said the administration continues to enforce sanctions on Iran and that oil export figures fluctuate over time and according to methodology. "We also regularly engage with other countries to strongly discourage them from taking steps that contravene sanctions on Iran," the spokesperson said. The Treasury Department did not immediately respond to a request for comment. 'HARD TO STOP' Iran has for years evaded oil sanctions through measures such as ship-to-ship transfers and "spoofing" - or manipulating GPS transponders so that ships show up in different positions - and the country is only getting better at those tactics, analysts said. Ben Cahill, an analyst at the Center for Strategic and International Studies think tank, said Iran has also heavily discounted its oil shipments to China, something that has helped encourage buyers to step up purchases. "It's no surprise - if you discount your oil that boosts demand for it. I also think it's just hard to stop this trade," he said. Iranian oil also moves to Syria and Venezuela, according to analysts and shipping data. A production rate of 3.15 million bpd would be the highest figure for Iran since 2018, according to figures from the Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries (OPEC), of which Iran is a member., which assesses oil shipments, estimates Iran's crude and condensate exports averaged 1.92 million bpd in the first 27 days of August, of which the crude portion was 1.77 million bpd, in figures provided to Reuters. The August oil exports would be the highest monthly rate this year, according to the company's figures. Another tanker-tracking firm that declined to be named said August crude exports were above 1.5 million bpd. Kpler, a provider of flows data, expects August crude exports to average about 1.2 million bpd, down from a 2018 high of 1.54 million bpd reached in May. The company often revises up its figures. There are no official figures for Iranian exports. Tanker-tracking companies use data from satellites and port loading to monitor flows. Iran has said it expects higher supply in the near term. Iran's oil minister was quoted by state media as saying crude output will reach 3.4 million bpd by the end of September. The rise from Iran comes as OPEC+, which includes OPEC, Russia and others, is cutting output to support the oil market, where expectations that economic weakness will dent demand have weighed on prices. Vakhshouri said a lack of transparency by the Biden administration over Iran oil policy has consequences for global energy security particularly as some OPEC+ members cut output. REUTERS Join ST's Telegram channel and get the latest breaking news delivered to you.

Ice Energy Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)

  • When was Ice Energy founded?

    Ice Energy was founded in 2003.

  • Where is Ice Energy's headquarters?

    Ice Energy's headquarters is located at 120 El Paseo, Santa Barbara.

  • What is Ice Energy's latest funding round?

    Ice Energy's latest funding round is Private Equity.

  • How much did Ice Energy raise?

    Ice Energy raised a total of $102M.

  • Who are the investors of Ice Energy?

    Investors of Ice Energy include Argo Infrastructure Partners, Second Avenue Partners, Bregal Energy, SAIL Capital Partners, Energy Capital Partners and 5 more.

  • Who are Ice Energy's competitors?

    Competitors of Ice Energy include NEI Corporation, Axiom Energy Solutions, Princeton Power Systems, Hydrovolts, Entech Solar and 7 more.


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