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DOI stands for digital object identifier. It is a numeric tag that is registered with Cross-Ref or another DOI registrar that is designed to provide a permanent link to the online source of the document or other resource. This ensures that you can still get to a document even though the original source has changed their website or otherwise "moved" the document from its original location. DOIs have two parts -- a prefix that indicates the publisher or source of the material, and a unique alphanumeric identifier for documents from that publisher. Most (but not all) SPE papers have DOI links.
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Horizontal well completions have been used in a variety of situations to increase well productivity, improve reservoir management, and access incremental reserves that could not be developed economically with vertical wells. While the first horizontal wells were drilled in competent formations, eventually soft formations were completed horizontally, leading to sand control needs. Practically all horizontal wells drilled in soft formations have been completed openhole. Most of these boreholes did not collapse; however, because many of these completions were in formations where conventional sand-control applications were practiced, slotted liners and wire-wrapped or prepacked screens were run to prevent hole collapse and sand production because horizontal gravel-pack technology was not yet available. It is not always this simple, but the intent should be to follow these guidelines.