Our flowlines from the well head to processing plant contain well fluids which is a mixture of oil and gas though mostly oil. Can anyone advise if flowlines always need to be designed to ASME 31.8 to account for the gas content or if there is a fractional gas content cut off that allows use of ASME B31.4 to be used? The codes themselves do not appear to advise on this.
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