CEO and Chairman of Nabors Industries, Anthony Petrello

Anthony Petrello attended both Yale and Harvard University. He graduated with a J.D. degree from Harvard Law School. He also graduated Yale University with both a Bachelors and Master’s degree in Applied Science in Mathematics. Anthony Petrello began his professional career in 1979 when he accepted a job at a law firm called Baker & McKenzie. He was promoted to Managing Partner of the New York branch of the law firm served in that position from 1986 to 1991.

He accepted a job as COO of Nabors Industries Ltd. in 1991. The next year he was promoted to the President of the company. He was chosen to serve as the Deputy Chairman of Nabors Industries in 2003 and continued in that position until 2012. After 2012, he moved from Deputy Chairman to Chairman of the Board of Nabors Industries. Anthony also transitioned into the office of the CEO in 2011.

Nabors Industries Ltd., which is in Hamilton, Bermuda, is the world’s largest contractor of geothermal and natural gas drilling. Nabors Industries operates in several countries such as the United States, Africa, Far East, and the Middle East. Nabors Industries started out as Anglo Energy Ltd. in 1968 but later changed its name to Nabors Industries Ltd. in the late 80’s.

The company provides variety of services such as onshore well-servicing, rigs for offshore oil platform workover, and servicing of offshore drilling rigs. Nabors Industries have a large fleet of marine vessels for its offshore operations. The company also produces top drilling drives, rig instrumentation equipment, directional drilling systems, data collection, drill pipe handling equipment, and rig reporting software. The company currently owns 610 land workover and well-servicing rigs in the US, and in Canada, the company owns 190 rigs, 48 oil platform rigs, 5 barge rigs, and 19 jack-up barge rigs.

About Anthony Petrello : executives.findthecompany.com/l/18290/Anthony-G-Petrello

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