LNG is seen by Brussels as a key alternative to increasing gas supplies in case of serious shortfalls. However, there is no common framework in place for an EU-wide LNG strategy at the moment. A first Europe–US LNG roundtable will take place in Brussels, on the 27th and 28th of May. The aim is to create a platform for an exchange of ideas between partners from the U.S. and Europe, on how expanded trade in natural gas between them could benefit both sides of the Atlantic, and contribute to greater fuel diversity and energy security in Europe. It is a timely and important debate to underline industry’s needs, not least because of the ongoing negotiations of the TTIP agreement. In this context, the co-organisers of the roundtable answered the CEEP Report’s LNG-related questions.