AES Long Term Debt 2006-2018 | AES

AES long term debt from 2006 to 2018. Long term debt can be defined as the sum of all long term debt fields.
  • AES long term debt for the quarter ending December 31, 2018 was $17.636B, a 0.93% decline year-over-year.
  • AES long term debt for 2018 was $17.636B, a 0.93% decline from 2017.
  • AES long term debt for 2017 was $17.801B, a 3.27% decline from 2016.
  • AES long term debt for 2016 was $18.402B, a 2.75% increase from 2015.
AES Annual Long Term Debt
(Millions of US $)
2018 $17,636
2017 $17,801
2016 $18,402
2015 $17,909
2014 $18,725
2013 $18,869
2012 $18,216
2011 $19,592
2010 $15,792
2009 $17,605
2008 $16,619
2007 $16,625
2006 $14,630
2005 $15,320
AES Quarterly Long Term Debt
(Millions of US $)
Q4 2018 $17,636
Q3 2018 $18,088
Q2 2018 $18,356
Q1 2018 $17,661
Q4 2017 $17,801
Q3 2017 $19,776
Q2 2017 $18,195
Q1 2017 $19,197
Q4 2016 $18,402
Q3 2016 $19,740
Q2 2016 $19,170
Q1 2016 $18,337
Q4 2015 $17,909
Q3 2015 $18,398
Q2 2015 $18,764
Q1 2015 $18,570
Q4 2014 $18,725
Q3 2014 $18,719
Q2 2014 $19,628
Q1 2014 $19,410
Q4 2013 $18,869
Q3 2013 $18,533
Q2 2013 $18,029
Q1 2013 $18,269
Q4 2012 $18,216
Q3 2012 $19,225
Q2 2012 $19,428
Q1 2012 $20,020
Q4 2011 $19,592
Q3 2011 $18,704
Q2 2011 $19,104
Q1 2011 $16,642
Q4 2010 $15,792
Q3 2010 $17,920
Q2 2010 $17,768
Q1 2010 $18,306
Q4 2009 $17,605
Q3 2009 $18,089
Q2 2009 $17,836
Q1 2009 $17,014
Q4 2008 $16,619
Q3 2008 $17,690
Q2 2008 $17,905
Q1 2008 $16,945
Q4 2007 $16,625
Q3 2007 $15,542
Q2 2007 $15,009
Q1 2007 $15,661
Q4 2006 $14,630
Q3 2006 $15,387
Q2 2006 $16,081
Q1 2006 $16,119
Q4 2005 $15,320
Q3 2005 $16,339
Q2 2005 $16,329
Q1 2005 $16,451
Sector Industry Market Cap Revenue
Utilities Utility - Electric Power Distribution $11.652B $10.736B
The AES Corporation is a diversified power generation and utility company, providing affordable, sustainable energy through their diverse portfolio of thermal and renewable generation facilities as well as distribution businesses. Their vision is to be the world's leading sustainable power company by leveraging their unique electricity platforms and the knowledge of their people to provide the energy and infrastructure solutions their customers truly need. Their people share a passion to help meet the world's current and increasing energy needs, while providing communities and countries the opportunity for economic growth due to the availability of reliable, affordable electric power.
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