The Color of Capital

Q: My firm uses Cablecure 732 and SPR to treat cables after they fail. The ability to capitalize single section injection with Novinium technology means we can earn a regulated rate of return on the capital thus expended. I read your four-part blog, “The Color on Money” and was wondering if you could do a similar analysis to help us quantify the benefit of our approach.

The Color of Money – Part IV

The Color of Money—Part IV In my post of February 27th, The Color of Money – Part I, I gave the big picture answer. In February 28th’s follow-up post we delved into the details of depreciation. On my Leap Day post we deliberated discounting. Today, in the fourth and last post of the series, we…

The Color of Money – Part III

The Color of Money—Part III In my post of February 27th, The Color of Money—Part I, I provided the big picture answer. In yesterday’s follow-up post we delved into the details of depreciation. Today we will deliberate discounting—muse over money’s time-value. A dollar earned or saved today has a greater value than a dollar earned…

Water Trees – Too Big to Fail?

Q: We had three cable samples sent out for testing from different areas. Each area has suffered multiple failures. We would like to have your opinion as to whether the injection process will be able to revive cables that have deterioration to this extent. Please send us any literature that you have, which can illustrate the extent of damaged cables and their successful rejuvenation.