• +852 62687107
  • info@powerstability.com
  • HongKong

What is the role of LWD, MWD and ER type Downhole batteries in oil and gas exploration?

LWD is a process of measuring various physical parameters, such as formation resistivity, gamma ray emission, and acoustic transmission, while drilling a borehole. To ensure accurate data collection, LWD tools require reliable and long-lasting downhole battery power. The ER battery is an excellent choice for this purpose. It can operate reliably in high-temperature environments.

The process of measuring the physical parameters of a drilling operation in real time is known as MWD.MWD tools also require downhole batteries to ensure that they can provide reliable power for long periods of time in harsh drilling environments. Again, ER batteries are ideally suited for MWD applications. This is because it has a very durable and long shelf life.

ER batteries are also used in other downhole applications such as powering electronic sensors and control systems, pipeline monitoring and logging tools. These batteries are designed to withstand the high temperatures, pressures, and vibrations associated with downhole drilling and are highly reliable, have a low risk of failure, are corrosion-resistant, and can operate in harsh environments.


Please enable JavaScript in your browser to complete this form.