Anthony Petrello is the current CEO of Nabors Industries, Inc., a leading holding company of Nabor Exchangeco, Inc. in Canada. He has been the serving that position since October 28, 2011. Petrello has also been the president of Nabor Industries Ltd since 1992. He was also the chief operating officer of the company since 1991. Petrello is in-charge of the general operations and strategic planning at the company. His rich expertise has enabled Nabor Industries, Inc. to become successful in the competitive oil market worldwide.
Petrello has a sound academic background. He got him both his degree and M.S in Mathematics from the renowned Yale University. Petrello was a former student of Harvard Law School where he acquired his J.D.
The Other Career Experiences
Anthony Petrello worked with a law firm called Baker & McKenzie as from 1979 to 1991. He was the managing partner of the firm’s New York Office from 1986 until he quit in 1991. Petrello was the deputy chairman of Nabor Industries Ltd. as from 2003 to 2012. He has been the chairman of the company’s board since June 2012. Petrello is currently the director of Texas Children’s Hospital, Inc. He was also the former director of MediaOnDemand.com.
Nabor Industries, Inc.
Nabor Industries, Inc. is a leading natural gas, oil, and geothermal drilling contractor company based in Hamilton, Bermuda. The company undertakes its operations on land all over the Middle East, Africa, and the Americas. Nabor Industries, Inc. has a charter fleet comprising 29 marine vessels for offshore services. It also provides onshore and offshore oil drilling and well-servicing operations. The company provides onshore well-servicing operations in North America. It also provides offshore drilling rig servicing and rigs for offshore oil platform workover.
Nabor Industries Inc. is known for making directional drilling systems, top drilling drives, equipment for both rig instrumentation and data collection. It also makes software for rig reporting and equipment for drill pipe handling. As of 2006, Nabor Industries, Inc. owned 190 rigs in Canada and 610 land workover and well-servicing rigs in the U.S. the company also had five barge rigs and 48 oil platform rigs.