In this video, energy analyst Joel South explains why Whiting Petroleum is one of the best values among unconventional exploration and production companies. In addition to producing upwards of 90% oil content for all hydrocarbons extracted, Whiting has an immense asset portfolio with plays in some of the best locations in the United States. Check out the video below to learn more about this valuable firm and why an investment now could pay off in the long term. 

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