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This recommended practice (RP) provides guidelines for the design, manufacture, qualification and application of composite lined carbon steel downhole tubing in the handling and transport of multiphase fluids, hydrocarbon gases, hydrocarbon liquids and water. The principles outlined in this RP also apply to line pipe applications.

Composite lined tubing typically consists of a fiber reinforced polymer liner within the steel host, providing protection of that steel host from corrosive attack. Both API and premium connections can be employed, typically using corrosion barrier rings to maintain corrosion resistance between ends of adjacent liners. This document contains recommendations on material selection, product qualification, and definition of safety and design factors. Quality control tests, hydrostatic tests, dimensions, material properties, physical properties, and minimum performance requirements are included.

The RP applies to composite lined carbon steel for systems up to 10 in. (250 mm) diameter, operating at pressures up to 10,000 psi (69 MPa) and maximum temperatures of 300 °F (150 °C). The principles described in this document can easily be extended to apply to products being developed by manufacturers for application outside this range.