Oil and gas company Whiting Petroleum has released some figures on its capital expenditures for 2013. While capital expenditures are inline with 2012 figures, 2013 holds more promise for shareholders. In this video, Motley Fool energy analyst Joel South explains why Whiting is undervalued compared to its peers and what the company can do to increase it value, ultimately benefiting its shareholders.
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