Anthony Petrello holds the position of Chief Executive Officer of Nabors Industries, Ltd. He attained his role as CEO on October 28th of 2011. Mr. Petrello has been on-board with Nabors Industries, Ltd., since 1991.
He additionally serves as the CEO of Nabors Industries, Inc. Mr. Petrello, prior, was the managing partner at the law firm of Baker & McKenzie. He worked in this capacity, within the firm’s New York office, from 1986 to 1991. He has been Chairman of the Board of Nabors Industries, Ltd., since June of 2012. He was Deputy Chairman of the company from 2003 to June 2012. Mr. Petrello attained his J.D. degree from the Harvard Law School. He attained a B.S. degree and M.S. degree from Yale University.
Nabors Industries, Ltd. owns the largest drilling feet, which is land-based, in the world. It provides the world with a great amount of off shore drilling fleets. It supplies directional drilling services, and other necessary tools to the international market.
Mr. Petrello assures the company properly leverages its drilling capabilities in order to attain optimum levels of performance. The company’s labor force works to attain high standards in the form of precision-based operations.
Under the leadership, provided by Mr. Petrello, the company has achieved an idealized level of international success. His strategies and commitment to the industry, which he is committed to serving, have brought a great deal of growth to the company.
It is in way of achieving the highest service levels that Mr. Petrello believes international customer success is achieved. He has had a career, wherein, he has continually challenged himself in this regard: so it is little wonder that Mr. Petrello brings this positive mind-set to Nabors Industries, Ltd. in his leadership role as the company’s CEO.
The gas and oil industry presents a challenge, in that it is full of complexities. There are specific details, equipment and operations, which are unique to it. Mr. Petrello is willing to “step up to the plate,” with regard to these unique industrial challenges. Complication, complexity? Mr. Petrello shrugs it off: No such thing. Mr. Petrello’s by-word is challenge and he sets high goals and standards every step of the way–to meet it.