United Heavy Lift sees full ships on booming oil, gas and wind

A shortage of modern MPP ships and an unexpected comeback for oil and gas means Hamburg-based United Heavy Lift is busy, Partner Andreas Rolner tells ShippingWatch. ”A year ago, we thought oil and gas was dead.”

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The ships of heavy-lift carriers are almost fully booked for 2023, and the companies’ futures look bright thanks to an unexpected comeback for the oil and gas sector and a forthcoming boom within offshore wind.

That’s the view from United Heavy Lift’s (UHL) offices by the Port of Hamburg, and Managing Director and Partner Andreas Rolner is not worried that inflation, war, and Covid-19 might become a serious threat to the company’s business in the years to come:

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