Petroleum & Energy Infrastructures Ltd. (PEI) is the leading corporation for oil products infrastructures in Israel. Fully owned by the Israeli government, the company provides state-of-the-art fuel oil infrastructure services to the country´s entire energy market. Though serving a national mission, PEI is an economic entity that functions according to market forces and changing conditions in the international arena.
The company´s activities span the full spectrum of infrastructure services, from export and import, to supply, storage and piping of fuel to all parts of Israel, as well as handling crude oil and refined products.
The Little Calumet River Basin Development Commission was created in 1980 by the Indiana General Assembly to serve as the required local sponsor for the Little Calumet River, Indiana Flood Control and Recreation Project. The Federal project, which was authorized for construction in the 1986 Water Resources Development Act, is designed to provide structural flood protection up to the 200-year level along the main channel of the Little Calumet River.
Munster town, Indiana
Munster is an affluent town located in the North Township, Lake County, in Northwest Indiana in the United States. The town lies in the Chicago metropolitan area. As of 2008, the town's population is estimated at 22,105.
In September 2008, Munster's northern portions suffered record flooding resulting from the impact of Hurricane Ike, which caused the Little Calumet River to overflow. A main break occurred in the levee located near the intersection of Calumet Avenue and River Drive in the northwest quadrant of the town.
For 3 decades Fotozines has continued to provide unique and entertaining photo products that incorporate an eclectic array of licensed and proprietary properties.
From the companies early years as a leader in Theme Park and Festival photo kiosks offering the Fotozine magazine portrait, the company has evolved to the forefront of digital and web-based imaging.
Today, Fotozines products are available in free-standing fully automated photo stations at family entertainment centers, malls, and themed amusement attractions nation-wide.
Online, consumers can customer order and create their own magazine portraits via several e-commerce websites as well as a number of independent online portals operated by the various licensors the company represents. Fotozines proprietary software has also been incorporated into iPhone and mobile devices worldwide