FACTBOX-Around 530,000 in Texas without power from Tropical Storm Nicholas

    Sept 14 (Reuters) - Tropical Storm Nicholas knocked out power to around 530,000 homes and
businesses in Texas so far on Tuesday and will likely cause more outages as it continues to
drench the Houston area.
    Nicholas was currently located about 15 miles (25 kilometers) south-southwest of Houston and
could cause life-threatening flash floods across the Deep South during the next couple of days,
according to the U.S. National Hurricane Center.
    Texas energy company CenterPoint Energy Inc, the company with the most outages so
far, has about 454,000 customers without power in the Houston area.
    The following table lists major outages by utility, including outages in Louisiana left from
Hurricane Ida over two weeks ago since Nicholas is expected to move from Texas to Louisiana on
 Power Company                              State/Province      Out Now            Served 
 CenterPoint                                      TX               454,100            2,500,000 
 Entergy - Louisiana (from Ida)                   LA                85,400       over 1,000,000 
 PNM Resources - Texas New Mexico Power           TX                46,000              260,000 
 AEP - Texas                                      TX                14,800            1,057,900 
 Entergy - Texas                                  TX                13,200              473,000 
 Dixie Electric Membership (from Ida)             LA                 6,900              112,400 
 Sempra's Oncor                                   TX                 1,200            3,809,500 Texas Total          529,300 Louisiana Total        92,300             
 (Reporting by Scott DiSavino; Editing by Steve Orlofsky)