United Oilfield Services’ logistic base in Łowicz opened at the presence of the Prime Minister Donald Tusk

On the 3rd of August 2013 a grand opening of United Oilfield Services’ logistic-warehouse base took place in Łowicz. Construction works lasted 12 months. Cost of the investment reached 39 million PLN. By the end of the year another 9,5 mln PLN is going to be invested. A special guest of United Oilfield Services was the Prime Minister Donald Tusk.

The Prime Minister visited the UOS base and saw the hydraulic fracturing and seismic fleet. During the conversation with Mr Dennis McKee the president of UOS – the PM also get acknowledged with technical aspects of shale gas exploration.


At the press conference with reporters the Prime Minister congratulated a successful investment and assured that the Government will take care of a “favourable climate” for investments in searching for hydrocarbons.

The base in Łowicz is the heart of our operations and a central warehouse of our company. Combination of a huge area potential , central location and implemented innovative solutions make this base a special investment thanks to which we can offer a wide range of services to our customers – says Denis McKee, UOS President. We also made best efforts ensuring that this investment has been performed according to principles of sustainable development which we follow in all our undertakings.

The United Oilfield Services logistic – warehouse base in Łowicz consists of 7 buildings of a total area 8862 m2 and capacity almost 66 thousand m3. Professional equipment is stored at the base and services such as installation, assemblage, repair and review are provided for our seismic, drilling and hydraulic fracturing departments.

At the grand opening of the base there were also: Mr Paweł Bejda – the Vice Governor of Łódzkie Voivodeship, Mr Marcin Bugajski – the Vice Marshal of Łódzkie Voivodeship, Mr Krzysztof Figat – the Starost of Łowicz, Mr Krzysztof Jan Kaliński – the Mayor of Łowicz, many invited guests and the UOS employees.

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