Shane E. MacArthur
Senior Fixed Equipment Specialist II
Years of Experience: 29
Educations and Licenses:
- American Welding Society (AWS) CWI 9 year – Senior Certified Welding Inspector
- American Petroleum Institute (API) 510, 570, 653 – In Service: Pressure Vessel, Piping, and Tank Inspector
- NACE International (NACE) CIP Level II – Coatings Inspector
- National Board Inspection Code (NBIC) PEI, AI & IC – Pressure Equipment Inspector; Authorized Inspector Commission & Inservice Inspector Commission
Areas of Specialization:
- Define Asset Lifecycles for Pressure Equipment in Chemical and Refining Industries
- Mechanical Integrity Program – Develop and Evergreen Standards, Engineering Specifications, Inspection Procedures/Plans, and Audits
- Turnaround – Scope Development, Inspection Strategies, Predictive Repair Plans
- Risk Assessment and Repair Plans for Corroded/Damaged Pressure Equipment
- Welding Procedure Review
- Evergreen of Corrosion Control Documents and Integrity Operating Windows
- CML/TML Placement Strategy and Optimization
- Asset Management Program Implementation and Support, Capstone RBMI, Ultrapipe, Meridium
- Design and Fabrication Reviews of Pressure Equipment, including Vendor Surveillance of Fabrication and Installation (Source Inspection)
Mr. MacArthur has been involved with fabrication/repair and inspection in the refining and chemical process industries since 1990. His 29-year career has been split between Welding and Inspection. The fabrication and repair experience provide a good foundation for the design and weldability of pressure equipment. The inspection history supports a practical approach to applying the correct inspection method/technique to locate and evaluate corrosion if damage exists.
Prior to joining E2G | The Equity Engineering Group, Inc. in 2018, Mr. MacArthur served as the Fixed Equipment Inspection Leader in an Operations Excellence group supporting five Fertilizer Plants and a Power Generation Plant. In this role, Mr. MacArthur led system-wide mechanical integrity improvement efforts, trained numerous inspectors, mentored young engineers, and helped improve a wide array of fabrication and inspection problems.
Mr. MacArthur has been actively learning and applying best practices from industry consensus standards organizations such as American Welding Society, the American Petroleum Institute, National Board Inspection Code, and NACE International for over 29 years.