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Epic Gas: The future belongs to big vessels

In recent years, Epic Gas has doubled its fleet in a market otherwise characterized by extremely low freight rates and an abundance of ships. But Epic Gas is betting on the large vessels because that is where money can be made, says CEO Charles Maltby to ShippingWatch.

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The display case behind the receptionist has a shiny model version of "Sicily". With great white tanks on the deck, the real version is the newest member of the fleet at Epic Gas - and with a capacity of 11,000 cubic meters, she is a symbol of where Epic Gas is headed.

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