LONDON — Caspian Marine Services (CMS) has contracted SulNOx Group to address the environmental impact of the company’s 25 offshore marine support vessels in the Caspian Sea.
SulNOx’s fuel emulsifier and conditioners are said to cut emissions from ship fuels, also providing cost savings.
Carl Rolaston, chairman of the CMS Supervisory Board and Farid Gurbanov, CEO of CMS, said, “We are acutely aware that the water level of the Caspian Sea, the world's largest inland body of water, is falling dramatically, and this is likely to intensify in the coming years due to global warming.
“By using SulNOx, we are leading the way in Azerbaijan and demonstrating to our clients that we are looking for green solutions both on a local and national level as part of Azerbaijan’s commitment to the mitigation of climate change and implementation of adaptation activities stated at COP27.”
The country is seeking to reduce its greenhouse-gas emissions by 35% by 2030, compared to levels in 1990.