The first generation of injection technology was intended for lightly loaded cables in cooler soils. Attempts to utilize this first generation approach for more heavily loaded cables in warmer climates, particularly feeder cables, have not always been successful. Formerly identified issues including, supersaturation, over saturation, asymmetrical penetration profiles, and aluminum corrosion are reviewed. A previously unidentified failure cause is described. A new generation of injection technologies that addresses all of the identified postinjection performance issues is introduced.