Anthony Petrello is serving as the current Chief Executive Officer at Nabors Industries Limited based in Hamilton, Bermuda. Tony, as commonly known, attended Harvard school of law and Yale University where he obtained undergraduate and graduate degrees respectively. He holds a J.D, B.S, and M.S degree in mathematics respectively. He kicked off his career by working at a law firm, Baker & McKenzie, as a managing partner from 1979 to 1991 at its New York office.
He later joined Nabors Company and has served as the chief operating officer, deputy chairman of the board, Chairman, Director, President, and his current position. Tony has come a long way leading the company to its immense growth and development by integrating technology into the firm’s operations.
Nabors Industries is a drilling contractor specializing in oil, natural gas, and Geothermal. It operates globally on land in America, Middle East, Far East, and Africa. It owns and operates the world largest land – based drilling rig fleet and provides services for directional drilling, performance tools, and innovative technologies to the oil and gas markets. Professionals in the company are highly trained to bring excellence and transformation in the industry. Nabors Industries manufactures top drilling drives, directional drilling systems, and software’s for rig reporting. It also makes equipment for data collection, drill pipe handling, and rig instrumentation.
Whenever Tony is not working in the firm, he engages in philanthropic activities. His life took a different dimension when his daughter Carena developed a neurological problem from birth. Carena was diagnosed with Periventricular Leukomalacia, and her parents, Tony and Cynthia Petrello, devoted to finding answers to her cure. They searched all over the world for the best hospitals in vain until they came to a conclusion that something more can be done. Tony, together with his wife, started a research institute at Texas children hospital where their daughter and other kids with the same condition can get help. Tony Petrello and Cynthia’s generosity and commitment to lead fundraising efforts for the Institute shows their dedication to bringing life to many children.
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