Antony Petrello is a successful career person who currently serves Nabors Industries as its CEO. He was offered the leadership role by the company in 2011.
Nabors Industries was established in 1968, and it has majored in the production of natural gas, oil, and geothermal power. The enterprise has currently hired more than 27,000 employees who are based in different parts of the globe. The Canadian company once appointed him to serve as the vice chairperson, and he held the office for about nine months. His term as the CEO and chairman has been successful, and the value of the Nabors Industries’ shares has risen by 180 percent. In 2013, he was the highest-paid CEO in the United States.
Before Mr. Petrello was hired by the Nabors Industries, he was employed by a law company that is known as Baker and McKenzie. He served as a managing partner of the firm for over a decade. Antony joined Nabors Industries after leaving the company. He has an excellent educational background. Petrello is a graduate of the Yale University where was offered a bachelor’s degree in science. He later enrolled at the same institution for his masters in mathematics. Antony also studied law at the Harvard Law School.
Apart from his career, Antony Petrello is a philanthropist and has been supporting the Texas Children’s Hospital. He also serves the medical facility a member of its board. His charity towards medical undertakings was motivated by his personal life. Mr. Petrello’s wife gave birth to their daughter when she was 24 weeks pregnant, and this led to complications. At birth, the child weighed 20 and was later diagnosed with cerebral palsy, which resulted in slow development.
Tony Petrello and his wife have been offering donations to the Jan and Dan Duncan Neurological Research Institute, which is located at the Texas Children’s Hospital. The organization is focused on conducting research on neurological disorders and providing cures. The couple is among the main donors of the institute since they have offered about $7 million. They are committed to finding a cure to this problem and have given a lot of resources towards the mission.