I have an installation where a pneumatic chemical pump is approx. 100 FT from a wellhead. The chemical injection pump discharge 316SS tubing is buried around 4 FT deep, comes above ground and connects to a 316SS ball valve, check valve and injection quill that is on a carbon steel flowline. The flowline has a dielectric kit on the flange before the flowline goes underground towards the facility. (there is cathodic protection on the buried flowline). The upstream side is the wellhead - around 10,000ft deep.
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