O&G definition

O&G. (formerly referred to as FOG) means oil and grease, a component of sewage typically originating from food stuffs (animal fats or vegetable oils) or consisting of compounds of alcohol or glycerol with fatty acids (soaps and lotions). Typically expressed in mg/L.
O&G means oils and grease.
O&G means oil and gas.

Examples of O&G in a sentence

  • On January 1, 2016, the Law on Renewable Energy Sources and Highly Effective Cogeneration (OG 100/15) (here and after the OIEiVUK Act) came into force on the basis of which the earlier regulations for the incentive system were abolished.

  • Let (A, AG) be primitive, affine, and binary, in odd characteristic, with OG > 1.

  • Suppose further that OG = 1 and that every proper primitive affine binary section (V, V NG(V )) with V CG(E)- invariant is of standard type.

  • Lemma 4.9. Let (A, AG) be primitive, affine, and binary, in odd characteristic, with OG > 1.

  • This proves the first point.∈ \For the second, note that G/C(OG) is generated by involutions (Corollary 1.5), so it suffices to consider the action of an involution t G C(OG) on OG.


More Definitions of O&G

O&G means “original gangster,” connoting an individual who has been a well-established part of community and/or street life .
O&G means operating guidelines that the solar rating and certification corporation has or will establish including system performance or component characteristics the SRCC defines in its directory. Operating guidelines shall be from the directory in effect on March 1, 2006 and all successive revisions.
O&G has the meaning set forth in the introductory paragraph hereof.
O&G. (formerly referred to as FOG) means oil and grease, a
O&G has the meaning ascribed to it in the introductory paragraph of this Agreement.
O&G means total recoverable oil and grease (n-hexane extractable mate- rial).
O&G means Organic Garage (Canada) Ltd., formerly Organic Garage Ltd., a corporation incorporated under the laws of Ontario, which became the wholly-owned subsidiary of Organic Garage as a result of the completion of the Arrangement.