Tony Petrello is an entrepreneur, philanthropist, and the current President of Nabors Industries Limited. Additionally, Tony is also the Chief Executive Officer of the firm. Nabors Industries Limited is based in Hamilton, Bermuda. The organization was established in 1968. During its establishment, it was called the Anglo Energy Limited. Currently, the firm is a drilling contractor that specializes mainly on the drilling of S and P 500 oil, geothermal, and natural gas. The major places that the company works at are the Middle East, Africa, the whole of America, and the Far East.
Tony Petrello joined Nabors Industries Limited in the year 1991. At the Company, Tony was elected to be a member of the Board of Directors and the Executive Committee Board. Since joining Nabors Industries Limited, Tony has held various positions at the firm. He served as the company’s President and Chief Operating Officer from 1991 to October 2011. Besides, he has also been functioning as the organization’s Deputy Chairman since the year 2003 and the President and Chief Executive Officer since October 2011. Furthermore, from June 2012 Tony has been functioning as the Chairman of the Executive Committee of the Board. Moreover, apart from serving the organization at various positions, Tony Petrello also supplies strategic planning initiative and direction leading to the firm’s achievements.
Before joining the firm in 1991, Tony functioned at a law firm called Baker and McKenzie from 1979. At the firm, Tony gained skills in matters related to international arbitration, taxation, and general corporate law. Tony Petrello studied at Yale University and the Havard Law School. At Yale University, he was honored with a Master of Science and Bachelor of Science degree in Mathematics. Moreover, at Harvard Law School, he received his Juris Doctor degree. Additionally, he serves as the director of Stewart & Stevenson LLC and Hilcorp Energy Company.
Tony together with his wife Cynthia had a baby girl called Carena in the late 1990s. When Carena was born she weighed 20 ounces and she suffered from a condition known as cerebral palsy. Due to the condition of his daughter, Tony Petrello has been committed to assisting other youngsters suffering from neurological conditions. As a part of his commitment, Tony donated 7 million dollars to the Texas Children’s Hospital. The Hospital used the money to construct a complex named the Jan and Dan Duncan Neurological Research Institute. The Institute will be used for pediatric neurological care purposes. Furthermore, the institute will be used to nurse children, and offer hope to many families. At the hospital, Petrello serves as an associate of the Board of Trustees.
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