Anthony Petrello is the president cum chief executive officer of the Nabor Industries. He also sits as the chair of the board and the executive committee of the company. Petrello has immense contributions to the development of Nabor Industries which was initially founded as Angle Energy Ltd., in 1968.
The Nabor Industries
Nabor Industries was founded in 1968. Today the company stands as the largest oil, geothermal and natural gas drilling contractors across the globe. Nabor Industries has its base in Hamilton Bermuda and carries its land operations in America, the Far East, and the Middle East and across Africa.Nabor Industries owns many assets including the world’s largest fleet of land-based drilling rig. The services offered by the company cover directional drilling services and provision of performance tools. The company has highly skilled workforce and is a leader in the delivery of innovative technologies across the world’s oil and gas markets.
Anthony G. Petrello’s Education
Anthony Petrello also called Tony is a graduate of Yale University and Harvard University. Tony holds a J.D degree, which he obtained, from Harvard Law School. Tony would then pursue a BS and MS degree in Mathematics from Yale University.
Anthony Petrello’s Career
Anthony Petrello Kick started his career when he joined Baker and McKenzie, a law firm in 1979. He served as the managing partner of the firm’s New York office from 1986 to 1991. Tony then moved to Nabor Industries in 1991, where he acted as the chief operating officer of the company. He rose ranks to become the president of the company in 1992 and rose to the position of deputy chairperson of the Nabor Industries, a position he held until June 2012.
In 2012, Petrello became the chairman of the Board of Nabor Industries a position he holds to date. He also serves as the director of Steward and Stevenson, LLC and as the director of MediaONDemand.com since February 2011. Anthony Petrello is also the Director of Texas Children’s Hospital.Tony’s college roommate, Lloyd Grove once wrote an article concerning Tony in The Daily Beast. Lloyd says that Tony was a scholarship student from Newark. At the time, Tony was skinny with a notable Jersey accent. Lloyd further wrote that Tony loved pizza and enjoyed making jokes about his family. Lloyd says Tony was a naturally good in mathematics and a favorites student of Professor Serge Lang, a renowned world-class mathematician. Learn More.