Brean Murray, Carret & Co.
is announcing the full list of attendees for the
2010 Global Resources & Infrastructure Conference
Friday, March 5th
New York City
at The Grand Hyatt Hotel. Approximately 40 companies are expected to be in attendance including several noteworthy Brazilian companies such as Companhia Energetica de Minas Gerais, CEMIG, and Sabesp. The one-day event is meant to present a comprehensive view of the favorably positioned water, natural gas, coal, electric utility and clean technology industries on a global scale.
The BMC Global Resources & Infrastructure Conference will provide access to senior management executives spanning the entire spectrum of companies participating in these sectors. It features one-on-one sessions with company executives and "fireside chats" that consist of 25-minute informal presentations followed by 15-minutes of open floor Q&A.
Approximately 40 companies are expected to be in attendance, such as: Alpha Natural Resources, Inc. (ANR); American Superconductor Corporation (AMSC); American Water Works Co., Inc. (AWK); Aqua America, Inc. (WTR); BioteQ Environmental Technologies Inc. (BTQNF); Calgon Carbon Corp. (CCC); Cascal NV (HOO); Central Vermont Public Service (CV); CH Energy Group (CHG); China Integrated Energy (CBEH); Compahnia Energetica de Minas Gerais (CIG); CONSOL Energy Inc. (CNX); Energy, Inc. (EGAS); Fuel Tech, Inc. (FTEK); James River Coal Co. (JRCC); Laclede Group, Inc. (LG); Lighbridge; Met-Pro, Corp. (MPR); Middlesex Water Company (MSEX); Mueller Water Products, Inc. (MWA); New Jersey Resources (NJR); Northeast Utilities (NU); Northwest Natural Gas (NWN); Patriot Coal Corporation (PCX); Peabody Energy Corp. (BTU); Puda Coal Inc. (PUDA); Rentech, Inc. (RTK); Sabesp (SBS); SJW Corp. (SJW); South Jersey Industries (SJI); The York Water Company (YORW); UIL Holdings Corp. (UIL); Vectren Corporation (VVC); Watts Water Technologies, Inc. (WTS); and WGL Holdings (WGL).