carbon dioxide pipe work

we are looking for some assistance in the form of pipe diameters, as a company we supply liquid carbon dioxide installations, as present we
have a customer who is using liquid co2 fror cooling purpose, there present arrangement is from a small bulk supply which is 8 mtr away from the job this liquid is sent through a inch pipe and then restricted to 1/8 stainless pipe for the last 12 inches
The customer has request a larger storage facility which is to be positioned 35 mtrs away from the job the orifice of 1/8 remains the same and the existing pipe of also remains as this is a flexible which is required
We need to establish what the diameter of pipe from the storage vessel to the existing pipe would be, we think that inch shed 80 should be sufficient.
Co2 will be at -17 and at 300 psi
You advice on this matter would be appreciated
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