Gabelli & Company`s 23rd Annual Pump, Valve, & Energy Infrastructure Conference

Mon Jan 14, 2013 10:52am EST

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RYE, N.Y.--(Business Wire)--
Gabelli & Company, Inc. will host its 23rd Annual Pump, Valve, & Energy
Infrastructure Conference on February 28 in New York, NY. The conference will
feature panel discussions and fireside chats between company management and
Gabelli analysts. Institutional investors should contact their salesperson for
more information or to register for the conference.

 Presenting Companies                                                                            
 AMETEK, Inc.                  NYSE: AME          Interpump Group SpA              BIT: IP       
 Badger Meter, Inc.            NYSE: BMI          ITT Corp                         NYSE: ITT     
 CIRCOR International, Inc.    NYSE: CIR          Mueller Water Products, Inc.     NYSE: MWA     
 Crane Co.                     NYSE: CR           National Fuel Gas Co             NYSE: NFG     
 Energy Recovery, Inc.         NASDAQ: ERII       Ridgeline Energy Services Inc    CVE: RLE      
 EnPro Industries, Inc.        NYSE: NPO          Roper Industries, Inc.           NYSE: ROP     
 Flowserve Corporation         NYSE: FLS          RPC, Inc.                        NYSE: RES     
 Graco Inc.                    NYSE: GGG          Sulzer                           PINK: SULZF   
 Graham Corporation            NYSEAMEX: GHM      Twin Disc, Incorporated          NASDAQ: TWIN  
 GreenHunter Energy, Inc.      NYSEAMEX: GRH      Watts Water Technologies Inc     NYSE: WTS     
 IDEX Corporation              NYSE: IEX          Xylem Inc                        NYSE: XYL     

Gabelli & Company, Inc., an institutional research and brokerage firm, is a
subsidiary of GAMCO Investors Inc. (NYSE: GBL). 

© 2013 Gabelli & Company, Inc. - All rights reserved. 

Gabelli & Co.
CV McGinity, President
Ph: 914-921-7732
Fx: 914-921-5119 

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