TechCrunch has teamed up with a company called Qtrad to provide an in-depth look at the most heavily indebted companies in the world.

We’ve broken down the companies that have been most heavily borrowed by the public and the companies with the highest debt loads.

Qtrid’s Debt-by-Asset Ratio and the amount of debt the companies have borrowed over the last decade show how much money they owe on average.

We also look at which of the companies are the most vulnerable to debt defaults and why, and how their debts compare to the overall public debt levels.

The debt-to-GDP ratio of the 10 companies we looked at is a very rough measure of how much debt each company has.

It doesn’t account for all of the money it’s spending on interest payments and dividends.

The companies that owe more money than the debt-based measure are those with more debt.

QTrid, however, takes a more detailed look at this data.

QTRD has calculated the ratio of debt to GDP (debt-to-$GDP), a measure of the value of a company’s assets versus liabilities, over the past 20 years.

The company that owes the most money to the public is a pretty good predictor of how it will fare in the future.

The most indebted company in the US, Alphabet, has a debt-by of $1,087,800, while Bank of America, JPMorgan Chase, and Wells Fargo are each debt-at-the-pond, or $1.14, $1., and $1 respectively.

That is a bit less than the $1 billion that Bank of Japan has accumulated in debt over the same period.

The most indebted companies that we looked into are in the energy sector, with Chevron the most debt-dependent company in this category.

Chevron’s debt-on-assets is $1 trillion, with a $150 billion value.

The Energy Department has a lot of debt that’s tied up in infrastructure, but the company is still doing well.

The US oil industry is currently experiencing record low prices and it has had to make some major investments in its operations.

The cost of oil in the oil sands in Alberta is up to 40% below where it was in 2015, and is expected to be even lower this year.

That means oil companies are losing money.

In 2015, Chevron lost $1billion on its oil sands operations.

Now, with oil prices expected to remain low for the next few years, Chevron could lose even more.

The biggest loser in the long-term, however has been oil and gas companies.

The oil and natural gas sector is responsible for nearly two-thirds of the total public debt, and the industry has been on the decline for years.

Chevron is still the company with the most outstanding debt, with $1 and $3.6 trillion in outstanding debt.

The other two most indebted industries in the United States are manufacturing and finance, each of which has a large debt load.

Both of these industries are growing fast and are projected to be among the fastest-growing sectors of the economy in the next couple of decades.