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outage

Commerce a quantity of goods missing or lost after storage or shipment

outage

[′au̇d·ij]
(electricity)
A failure in an electric power system.
(petroleum engineering)
The difference between the full or rated capacity of a barrel, tank, or tank car as compared to actual content.

outage

A failure in the electric power supplied by a utility company.
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The Intergraph Outage Management System (OMS) implemented by Aurora Energy will enhance the organization's ability to restore power to its customers in times of emergency.
The initial outage affected 913 mostly commercial customers on Thousand Oaks Boulevard between Conejo School and Hodencamp roads.
Journalists Invited to Receive Email Updates of Significant Site Outages
At the Home Depot in Valencia - and most of its stores in the West - the goal is not only to keep the lights on during an outage but keep ringing up sales.
We commend PPS for its role in helping to educate the public about these systems and the importance of generator safety during power outages.
The cause of the outage was unknown around noon on Wednesday.
Table of Content of Global Outage Management System Industry 2016 Market Research Report:
SF (Startup Failure): An outage that results when a unit is unable to synchronize within a specified startup time following an outage or reserve shutdown.
By identifying the risks associated with power outages and creating a plan of action, grocery store owners can ensure that their locations continue to operate during an outage.
The first downtime incident was caused by a power outage in the supply for a storage cabinet.
Recommendation: To meet its obligations to periodically report on the potential effects of planned outages and fulfill its federal role in providing timely and accurate data to explain trends in energy markets, the Secretary of Energy should direct the Administrator of EIA to reevaluate its EIA-810 monthly refinery production survey and commercially available data, to determine whether those data sufficiently reflect changes over time in various blends of fuels refiners produce to allow EIA to adequately conduct future analyses of outage effects on prices of petroleum products.
The outage is required by BPA as part of its standard maintenance and will be rescheduled as soon as possible.