The objective of this report was to analyze the current dynamics of Liquefied Natural Gas (LNG) in Europe, and how the prospects for continued natural gas growth are developing in the region. The main factors addressed in this report include regional and countries’ need to diversify the energy mix and increase energy security, the opportunities for becoming competitive in the global LNG market, and European governments’ growing environmental concerns. Individual countries face different dynamics and this report presented three case studies on Germany, Poland and Croatia to best illustrate how the aforementioned factors interact uniquely. LNG has been and can continue to be utilized effectively for advancing national priorities. Likewise, the global nature of LNG and its increasingly price competitiveness with pipeline gas will create a more equitable regional energy trade, which in turn make environmental benchmarks for European countries less intangible. This study explored how Europe significantly integrate LNG into its regional demand profile, encourage sustainable energy consumption, reduce dependence on carbon-heavy resources such as coal, and disincentivize high-risk energy trade agreements.