Elizabeth A. Esposito Inspector Phillips 66 Bayway Refinery
Betty is an Inspector for Phillips 66 Bayway Refinery. She is responsible for maintaining the mechanical integrity and reliability of fixed equipment and piping in the crude distillation area of the refinery by ensuring inspections are conducted at timely intervals, maintenance is performed to prevent failures, and recommendations are followed through to improve reliability.
Betty supports the front end of the oil refinery which heats and separates the crude oil feedstock into separate products that are then sent for further processing before becoming finished products. She ensures that various equipment and miles of piping are maintained for safe operation and continued long-term reliability. Betty manages the Pressure Relief Device Program, responding to questions/issues from personnel in a cross-section of groups inside and outside of the refinery. Betty keeps current with relief device test approvals, midmonth reminders to ensure that there are no overdue tests at the end of the month, and issuing 6-Month Look Ahead schedules for upcoming inspections. She stewards troubleshooting efforts, reviews inspection histories and supplies final documentation for relief device-related changes throughout the refinery.
Betty received a Special Recognition Award in 2016 for her efforts in support of successfully renewing the Bayway Refinery’s State of NJ Owner-User Manual for pressure vessels. Betty is an API-570 Certified Piping Inspector, an API-510 Certified Pressure Vessel Inspector, and a member of the Bayway Women’s Network, which focuses on involvement in communities surrounding the refinery, workforce recruitment/retention, and professional development.