Anthony G. Petrello is the President and CEO of Nabors Industries Ltd., an oil drilling contractor on FuelFix.com. Petrello has an extensive occupation history. Before landing a position at Nabors, he worked at Baker & McKenzie law firm where he resolved settlement disputes between international parties. He was later positioned as the Managing Partner of the firm in 1986 until he resigned in 1991. Shortly upon his arrival at Nabors Industries in 1991, he was elected to the Nabors Board of Directors and the Executive Committee of the Board. Petrello has held many position as a member of the board at Nabors. There, he fulfilled his obligations while serving as Chief Operating Officer from 1991 to 2011. Tony Petrello also served as Deputy Chairman from 2003 to 2012. As of 2012, he serves as President and CEO, Chairman of the Board, and Chairman of the Board of Executives at Nabors. Petrello’s main course of work while serving on the board at Nabors consist of responsibilities in developing strategic concepts that are designed to help the company grow more accustomed to a dynamic routine of operation.
Anthony Petrello is currently positioned as a Member of the Executive Committee and serves as Director of Stewart & Stevenson LLC. He also heads the Hilcorp Energy Company.
Anthony Petrello earned his J.D. Degree from Harvard Law School and later obtained his Bachelors and Masters degree in Mathematics at Yale University.
As of Fiscal Year 2015, Petrello’s total calculated compensation is estimated at $27,663,602 million.
Anthony Petrello serves as a member of the Board of Trustees at Texas Children’s Hospital. Tony Petrello is a very enthusiastic supporter for the awareness of children who suffer from neurological disorders, and he is calling for increased development of clinical programs to address the matter. Petrello’s 8-year old daughter, Carena, was diagnosed with periventricular leukomalacia at premature birth(PVL). The disease is common in infants. It is caused by very strict circulation of blood and oxygen in the brain. The disease has caused Carena to develop cerebral palsy, a neurological condition that constitutes chronic impairment in motor skills that may co-exist with other delays in development. Anthony and his wife have followed up on many research facilities across the U.S., including major institutions like UCLA, Harvard, and Johns Hopkins. Their massive search for answers regarding their daughter lead them to conclude that neurological research on nri.texaschildrens.org needs to be extended on a broad scale. According to Anthony, there are few institutions that implement neurological research for the adult brain but pediatric research is rare to stumble upon. He argues that the need for clinical programs for kids are not being met, when there are great opportunities that can be taken advantage of. Anthony and Cynthia turned their attention to Texas Children’s Hospital, and their daughter was entitled to high quality treatment. The story of their daughter is an inspiration to parents of children who suffer from neurological diseases. Her story ensures parents that all children like herself will miraculously reach and master their full potential.