The FuelEU Maritime Regulation is a new regulation coming into effect in 2025, imposing life cycle GHG footprint requirements on the energy used on board ships. The GHG intensity of the energy used will be required to improve by 2% in 2025 relative to 2020, ramping up to 75% by 2050. The focus on this session will be the requirement of container and passenger vessels to connect to shore power from 2030 for stays longer than two hours.

Keynote panel from Propulsion & Future Fuels 2021

Propulsion & Future Fuels is due to take place in Le Méridien Hotel, Hamburg and the keynote session will start on Day 1 of the conference - Tuesday 22nd November 2022 at 09:00. It is crucial that all owners, managers, design offices, shipyards and flag states attend this session to have their say and pose questions to the keynote panel who include:


Moderator: Lars Robert Pedersen

Ricardo Batista, Policy Officer, Directorate-General for Mobility and Transport European Commission

Isabelle Ryckbost, Secretary General, ESPO

Martin Kröger, Managing Director, German Shipowners’ Association (VDR)

Dr. Kai-Dieter CLASSEN, Deputy Director External Affairs, Hamburg Port Authority

Wolfram Guntermann, Director Regulatory Affairs Fleet, Hapag-Lloyd AG


You can see all the confirmed speakers in the conference programme. Other confirmed sessions at this year’s conference include:


  • Digitalization, digital efficiency and the future technology of the maritime sector
  • Efuels & biofuels
  • Sustainable approaches for the future
  • Multifuel engines
  • Ammonia
  • Methanol
  • Electrification for big ships


If you want to learn more about any of these topics book now and receive a 20% discount on your delegate booking which includes:

  • Conference attendance with lunch and refreshments on both days
  • Full documentation in printed and electronic format
  • Place at the Conference Dinner (22 November 2022)
  • Place at Technical Visit (24 November 2022)


For more information please contact the team: +44 1329 825335 or email