Anthony Petrello, the Gas and Oil Boss

Career and Education

From a young age, Antony Petrello was gifted, especially in mathematics. He made a name for himself and excelled in this area. He holds a Master of Science and a Bachelor of Science degree in Mathematics from Yale University. From Harvard School of Law, he acquired a Juris Doctor degree.With his law degree combined with math and numbers background, he joined Baker and McKenzie law firm in 1979, where he started his professional career. From 1986, he worked with the law firm for five years at their office based in New York as a Managing Partner. From October 2011, Petrello has been working as the Chief Executive Officer (CEO) at Nabors Industries Ltd. From 1991 to October 2011, his work was to oversee ongoing business operations within the Nabors Industries Ltd.

Petrello, also known as Tony on the executive roster of the company, has served many positions throughout Nabors Industries Ltd:

-Since June 2012, he got appointed as Board Member of the company, and his position was a Chairman.

-Since 2003 until June 2012, he worked for the company as a vice-chairman

-He has been a Director of Nabors Industries Ltd. since 1991.

From February 28, 2011, Tony also worked at MediaOnDemand.com as a Director. He served at Stewart & StevensonLLC. as Director, and at Texas Children’s Hospital Inc., he serves as a Director.

Nabors Industries Ltd.

Nabors Industries started as Anglo Energy, Ltd. in 1968. The company is largest natural gas drilling and geothermal contractor in the world. It operates in the Middle East, Africa, Far East and the United States.In North America, the company provides offshore drilling rig servicing, offshore rigs for oil platform workover and performs onshore well-servicing. The company provides support services for onshore and offshore well-servicing operations and oil drilling. For offshore operations, the company has 29 marine vessels of a charter fleet.Due to the changes made by Nabors Industries Ltd. in their compensation practices, designed to turn some money back to shareholders, Tony didn’t top the 2014 list of best-paid bosses.

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