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What does LWD mean?
Logging While Drilling (LWD) refers to systems and techniques for gathering down-hole data while drilling without the requirement to remove drill pipe from the oil well.
LWD incorporates the logging tools into the drill string providing real-time information and enabling drillers and engineers to make immediate decisions about the future of a well and the direction of drilling. It also provides information such as porosity, resistivity, acoustic waveform, and weight on bit.
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Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)
What is the full form of LWD in Oil Drilling Industry?
The full form of LWD is Logging While Drilling