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Overview of Shutdowns

A Shutdown is a general term used in the O&G and Process Industries to describe the period of time in which a plant, unit, or piece of equipment is out of service. Shutdowns usually occur to perform scheduled maintenance or inspections; however unplanned, or emergency shutdowns are also possible.

 

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