Empresa Nacional de (NYSE:EOCC)
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5 Years : From Jul 2012 to Jul 2017
Chile's largest power producer, Empresa Nacional de Electricidad SA (EOC, ENDESA.SN), posted a 2011 net profit of 446.87 billion Chilean pesos ($909.94 million), a 16.2% decrease from CLP533.57 billion the previous year.
The company's per-share earnings fell 16.3% to CLP54.50 from CLP65.10 in 2010, Endesa said in a statement.
Its earnings before income tax, depreciation and amortization, or Ebitda, fell 9% on the year to CLP973.89 billion from CLP1.07 trillion in 2010.
The generator has 13,846 megawatts of installed capacity in Argentina, Chile, Colombia and Peru, and owns an equity stake in 987 MW of installed capacity in Brazil. Some 38% of Endesa's capacity is in Chile.
Endesa is controlled by power-holding company Enersis SA (ENI, ENERSIS.SN), which in turn is controlled by Spain's Endesa SA (ELEZF, ELE.MC).
-By Carolina Pica, Dow Jones Newswires; 56-2-715-8919; email@example.com