Tony Petrello became a member of the Nabors Industries Board in 1991. He served as the companies Chief Operating Office and President from 2003 until 2011. He became the Deputy Chairman in 2003 and the President in 2011. Mr. Tony Petrello is also responsible for the companies strategic planning and direction.
Mr. Petrello worked for the Baker & McKenzie law firm from 1979 until 1991. The practice focused on general corporate law, taxation and international arbitration. He managed the New York location from 1986 until he resigned in 1991. He earned a J.D. degree when he attended Harvard Law and his studies at Yale University provided him with a B.S. and M.S in mathematics.
Tony Petrello is a director at Hilcorp Energy Company and Stewart & Stevenson LLC. He also serves on the board for the Texas Children’s Hospital and is an advocate for clinical programs and research addressing children suffering from neurological disorders and learn more about Anthony.
Perhaps the best description of Tony Petrello comes from his college roommate, Lloyd Grove. He began to follow his career when he saw him on the number one spot on the list for the highest compensations. In one year Mr. Petrello earned $68.2 million. Then Mr. Grove found Nabors Industries and began to learn about Mr. Petrello’s oil and gas drilling business and follow his twitter.
Mr. Grove was at first stunned to realize how incredibly well his college roommate had done. He described Mr. Petrello as a skinny kid on a public scholarship. He talked about his working class family, his thick accent from New Jersey, his incredibly loud mouth, his eagerness and how even then Mr. Petrello stood out. He described him as being wickedly smart in math and capable of becoming a world renowned mathematician and more information click here.
Although Mr. Grove has lost touch with Mr. Petrillo he learned about his life. He knew Mr. Petrillo was running Nabors Industries, was incredibly rich and had married Cynthia Carrafa. She was a producer and an actress in soap operas. He also knew he was generous in his philanthropy efforts and that his daughter Carena has developed cerebral palsy. It would be accurate to say Mr. Grove was highly impressed with his old roommates life and Tony’s lacrosse camp.