Caspian Marine Services (CMS), which operates a fleet of offshore naval support vessels serving the offshore oil and gas exploration and production industry, has launched trials with British fueltech company SulNOx Group to assess the environmental impact of its operations to reduce.

Based in Azerbaijan, CMS has a fleet of over 25 offshore vessels.

Carl Rolaston, Chairman of the CMS Board of Directors, and Farid Gurbanov, CMS Chief Executive, agreed that this is a step in the right direction for the company in terms of sustainability, saying: “With the use of SulNOx we are leading in Azerbaijan and to show our customers that as part of Azerbaijan’s commitment to climate change mitigation and implementation of adaptation measures declared at COP27, we are looking for green solutions at both local and national levels.”

SulNOx has a strong focus on “providing responsible liquid hydrocarbon fuel decarbonization solutions” to save costs for companies that rely on transportation while reducing the “polluting emissions” they produce.