AMOG was engaged by a New Zealand company with storage and port facilities at a number of locations in New Zealand. The facilities at two of these locations received natural gas via underground pipelines from third party suppliers. The production facilities then convert natural gas to methanol, at which point it was transferred to the storage facilities via onshore liquid transfer pipelines, and then exported to the market from the port.

AMOG was engaged to baseline the level of compliance of the company's facilities with the relevant requirements of the new Major Hazard Facility Regulations. AMOG conducted a detailed review of the facilities and provided a list of activities required to address identified deficiencies. A Safety Case Project Plan was developed to address the outcomes of the gap analysis and map the set of activities required to produce a Safety Case for submission to the NZ regulator.