Time to break open the bubbles?

An oil company with a billion dollar fuel bill, a tanker pool owner and half a dozen other shipping companies are all vying to buy into the DK Group whose Air Cavity System has come of age and could yield fuel savings in excess of 10%. Continue reading | SMM Green...

Trialling green technologies is crucial

There are solutions in the market that can deliver double-digit fuel savings, but their claims need to be supported with credible empirical evidence. Continue reading | Lloyd’s List

DENMARK: Commercial first for DK Group

DK Group is to install its Air Cavity System (ACS) technology on a 12,580 deadweight tonne (DWT) multi purpose vessel owned by Danish shipowner and ship management company Dannebrog Group. Continue reading | Bunkerspot

Rederiet Dannebrog vil sejle på luftbobler

Danneborg Group har indgået en aftale om at montere et Air Cavity System – et lag af luftbobler der reducerer skrogets friktion – på et af rederiets Multi Purpose skibe på 12.580 DWT. Continue reading | Maritime Danmark

DK’s ACS for Danish heavy lift ship

DK Group reports that it has reached agreement with Danish shipowner Dannebrog Group to install its air cavity system (ACS) technology on a 12,580 dwt multi-purpose cargo ship, with a view to reducing fuel consumption. Continue reading | Motorship