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Whiting Petroleum Corp. has recently recorded two record breaking wells using new completion methodology. Whitings Williams explains frack design evolution, payout focus By: Luke Geiver (The Bakken Magazine) Whiting Petroleum Corp. has more to share than just its new website. The Denver-based exploration and production company heavily focused on the Williston Basin is excited about its completion methodology evolution in the last three years. Using its newly adopted approach to hydraulic fracturing, Whiting recently recorded two record breaking wells, one in the middle Bakken and one in the Three Forks. We have the best wells in the entire play, said Mark Williams, senior vice president of exploration and production during a recent investor presentation. Whiting has recorded initial production rates for a Bakken well of 7,100 barrels of oil equivalent per day (boepd) and 7,800 boepd for a Three Forks well, each of which were drilling and completed in its Tarpon field. According to