Mr. Anthony Petrello delivers priceless knowledge and qualified advice to attain commercial growth within an extremely volatile and bloodthirsty industry. While serving as the Chief Executive Officer and the President of the company Nabors Industries, which was previously branded as Anglo Energy, Mr. Petrello endeavored to achieve a Juris Doctors. He earned this esteemed degree from the Harvard School of Law. He also earned a Masters in Mathematics from the renowned University, Yale. His company Nabors Industries, which is a subsidiary of his main company, Nabors, is where Mr. Petrello operates as Chairman of the Board. Petrello is also the Director of Hilcorp Energy Company, and holds this position as well at Stewart & Stevenson.
In addition to his importance as a celebrated senior manager in the oil business, Mr. Petrello is also a vastly esteemed humanitarian, known all over the Houston area. Mr. Petrello granted millions of dollars to medical companies, such as the Baylor College of Medicine, and the Monroe Dunaway Anderson Cancer Research Centers. This money went to assist in the treating of, and preemptive studies for, helping children born with neurological problems.
Mr. Petrello’s benevolent ventures sprang from the understanding and compassion that came when his biological child was born too soon, weighing scarcely more than one pound. His daughter was born with a debilitating neurological disease, which is all too frequently discovered with children that are born premature. His wife, Cynthia Petrello had often dreamt of their daughter flourishing as a dance performer, while Mr. Petrello had dreams of his daughter rising to the rank of a prominent mathematician. Unfortunately, when it was determined that their child was born with this incapacitating disorder, identified as periventricular leukomalacia, and which ultimately became cerebral palsy, they came to the realization that their focus needed shifting instead to preserve their daughter’s life.
This devastating event would have disheartened any new parents. However, Mr. Petrello also came to view it as a chance to grow and become hands-on within the medical population. He studied diligently, focusing on absorbing a lot of information about neurological diseases, and gave several million dollars to Texas Children’s Hospital with the hope of fighting neurological problems through a powerfully funded research institution. Mr. Petrello is also a member of the Board of Trustees with numerous donations dedicated to children’s medical requirements at several hospitals.