Tony Petrello – Going and Growing

A President and CEO Who Is Always Teaching and Learning – Nabors Industries Ltd.

Anthony G. Petrello’s the President, CEO and Chairman for the Board and Executive Committee of a top company known around the world – Nabors Industries Ltd. This organization’s based in Hamilton, Bermuda and is also the world’s biggest geothermal and natural-gas drilling contractor. It operates within the United States, the Far East, the Middle East and even Africa. Anthony Petrello, also called Tony by most, has a significant role within the development of this company – which was originally founded as Anglo Energy, Ltd. back in 1968.

Scholar – Top Graduate of Harvard and Yale

Anthony Petrello is also a proud graduate of both Harvard University and Yale University. He acquired a J.D. degree from Harvard Law School. From Yale University’s top ranks, he acquired a B.S. and an M.S. in Mathematics. His professional journey took root in 1979 as he joined the law firms of Baker & McKenzie. From 1986-1991, he served as Managing Partner for the firm’s New York office.Later in 1991, he joined Nabors Industries as its Chief Operating Officer. In 1992, he became the President. In 2003, he moved to Deputy Chairman and held his position until June of 2012. In 2012, he became the Chief Executive Officer or CEO. Since 2012, he has faithfully served as Chairman of the Board as well. Since February of 2011, he has also been the Director for Stewart & Stevenson, LLC.

More Endeavors to Note – He’s Done It All!

Petrello has also served as Director of MediaOnDemand.com and continues as a current Director for the Texas Children’s Hospital. Petrello’s total calculated compensation, as of fiscal year 2016, is $27,512,939. From this amount, he received $1,580,077 as a salary, $7,727,000 as a bonus, $16,863,656 as a stock option and $1,342,206 through numerous additional forms of compensation. He also oversees certain operations for Hilcorp Energy Company and is likewise respected as a top advocate for research programs that address the problems of children with multiple neurological disorders.