Falah Aljibury is an Iraqi-born independent international petroleum consultant, energy analyst, and "veteran OPEC-watcher" based in Alamo, California, who advises the Iraqi oil industry" (2003). 
- Banc of America Securities's OPEC consultant 1999, 2000 
- Goldman Sachs, senior energy adviser 2005 
- Hess Corporation, senior energy adviser 2005 
- Prioria Robotics, Inc., advisory board 2005 
Greg Palast wrote in October 26, 2004, that "Iraq-born Falah Aljibury was in on the drafting of administration blueprints for the post-Saddam Iraq. According to Aljibury, the administration began coveting its Mideast neighbor's oil within weeks of the Bush-Cheney inauguration, when the White House convened a closed committee under the direction of the State Department's Pam Wainwright. The group included banking and chemical industry men, and the range of topics over what to do with a post-conquest Iraq was wide. In short order, said Aljibury, 'It became an oil group.'" 
- "In the Pipeline," PBS Online NewsHour, April 24, 2003. Interview with Margaret Warner.
- Greg Palast, "Adventure Capitalism - The Hidden 2001 Plan to Carve-up Iraq," Tom Paine.Common Sense, October 26, 2004.
- Greg Palast, "Secret US plans for Iraq's oil," BBC's Newsnight, March 17, 2005.