Epic Gas wants to grow in the West

Singapore-based gas carrier Epic Gas eyes significant opportunities in new gas markets far from the company's historical core business in Asia, says CEO Lars Vang Christensen in an interview with ShippingWatch.

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Things have gone fast since Lars Vang Christensen took over as CEO of gas carrier Epic Gas on May 1st 2013. Fleet expansion upon fleet expansion mean that the company currently has 38 gas ships on the water and in the pipeline from three different shipyards in Japan.

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