Anthony Petrello Focuses His Efforts On The Success Of Nabors And The Texas Children’s Hospital

Tony Petrello is the President and CEO of Nabors Industries, a natural gas and geothermal drilling contractor that also performs onshore well-servicing.

Nabors Industries are a leading provider on both the American and international markets. They provide clients with innovative directional drilling operations, drilling instrumentation, and drilling technology. Through its numerous subsidiaries, Nabors creates and sells catwalks, wrenches, drives, drawworks and many other drilling related equipment that can be used to install on onshore and offshore rigs.

Petrello received his undergraduate and graduate degrees from Yale University in Mathematics. He then received his Juris Doctor from Harvard Law School. After graduation, Anthony Petrello began working at the law firm Baker & McKenzie, focusing on taxation, corporate law, and international arbitration. He was the law firm’s Managing Partner until 1991, when he resigned and joined Nabors.

In 1991, Mr. Petrello was elected to the Board of Directors at Nabors and became the President and Chief Operating Officer. In 2003, he was elected to become Deputy Chairman and in 2011, he became Nabors’ President and Chief Executive Office, in addition to being the Chairman of the Board and Chairman of the Executive Committee. His responsibilities include directing the company in plans to prosper in the extremely competitive market.

Anthony Petrello is also a director at Hilcorp Energy Company and Stewart & Stevenson LLC. He is also involved in many philanthropic endeavors, sitting on the Board of Trustees at the Texas Children’s Hospital. He advocates for research that addresses neurological disorders in children and also the creation of clinical programs to help them.

Tony Petrello and his wife’s advocacy began with the birth of their daughter, who suffers from PVL, a common neurological disease in premature babies. As a result of this disorder, their daughter developed cerebral palsy and many other developmental delays. It is because of their daughter that they have become advocates for children’s health.

In the hopes of creating a brighter future for children with neurological disorders, Anthony Petrello and his wife have worked the Texas Children’s Hospital for many years. The pair even made a generous donation recently, $7 million to lead the fundraising efforts for innovative neurological research.

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