Opportunities in Mature Provinces and Super Basins
How do we get more production from older fields around the world?
London, 21 Feb 2018
£50 + VAT Seats available Squeezing more value from reservoirs in production through better use of data
Are we making the most of all available data to understand reservoirs in production?
London, 21 Mar 2018
£50 + VAT Seats available New Geophysical Approaches
London, 24 Apr 2018
£50 + VAT Seats available Finding Petroleum Opportunities In The Middle East
London, 22 May 2018
£50 + VAT Seats available D for Decommissioning
London, 05 Jun 2018
£50 + VAT Seats available Opportunities in the Eastern Mediterranean
London, 25 Jun 2018
£50 + VAT Seats available Finding Oil and Gas in Sub Saharan Africa
London, 20 Sep 2018
£50 + VAT Seats available Finding Oil in Central & South America
London, 23 Oct 2018
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Professor Watson was appointed to the position of Head of the University Department of Surgery at Flinders Medical Centre in 2002. He has clinical interests in the areas of surgery for benign and malignant oesophageal disease, upper gastrointestinal surgery, advanced laparoscopic surgery and interventional endoscopy. He has been active in the development of laparoscopic and endoscopic surgery in Australia, pioneering the development and evaluation of laparoscopic surgery for gastro-oesophageal reflux, oesophageal motility disorders, and oesophageal cancer. He has linked this activity to the evaluation and refinement of techniques within prospective randomised clinical trials. He has authored more than 350 refereed research papers and book chapters. Since 1997 he has also received 16 major research grants from NHMRC and NIH, as well as major grant support from other funding bodies. In 2015 he was elected as a Fellow of the Australian Academy of Health and Medical Sciences (FAHMS), and appointed a Matthew Flinders Distinguished Professor at Flinders University
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