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Company Description: Whiting Petroleum Corporation is an oil and natural gas company. It acquires, explores, develops, produces. and markets products primarily in the central region of the US. At the close of 2007, the companys estimated proved reserves were approximately 250.8 million barrels equivalent of oil with interests in 8,458 productive wells. Whiting sells oil and gas to the end users, marketers, and other purchasers. Update

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