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Oil and Gas Climate Initiative

Who we are

OGCI is a CEO-led initiative comprised of 12 of the world’s leading energy companies focused on leading the industry’s response to climate change and accelerating action to a net zero future consistent with the 2015 Paris Agreement.

OGCI’s members are Aramco, bp, Chevron, CNPC, Eni, Equinor, ExxonMobil, Occidental, Petrobras, Repsol, Shell and TotalEnergies.


Member company CEOs meet regularly to set the overall direction of OGCI and approve work programmes.

Amin Nasser

CEO Saudi Aramco

Murray Auchincloss

CEO bp plc

Michael K. Wirth

CEO Chevron Corporation

Dai Houliang


Claudio Descalzi

CEO Eni S.p.A

Anders Opedal

CEO Equinor ASA

Darren W. Woods

CEO Exxon Mobil Corporation

Vicki Hollub

CEO Occidental

Magda Chambriard

CEO Petróleo Brasileiro SA

Josu Jon Imaz

CEO Repsol S.A.

Wael Sawan

CEO Shell plc

Patrick Pouyanné

CEO TotalEnergies SE

Leadership Team

OGCI’s leadership team generates ideas, forges partnerships and builds consensus across the group.

Bob Dudley

Chair, OGCI

Bjørn Otto Sverdrup

Chair, OGCI Executive Committee and Head of OGDC Secretariat

Julien Perez

Managing Director OGCI and OGDC

Justine Roure

Vice President Strategy & Policy, OGCI

Amy Bason

Deputy Vice President Strategy & Policy, OGCI

Anthea Pitt

Director of Communications & Engagement, OGCI

Pietro Mezzano

Director, OGDC

Strategy & Policy team

Justine Ip

Programme Coordinator

Michaël Chin

Programme Coordinator

Douglas Lau

Programme Coordinator

Eliz Ozdemir

Programme Manager

Lauren Ward

Senior Low-Carbon Programme Coordinator

Selina Williams

Communications & Engagement Manager

Oil and Gas Climate Initiative

Join the conversation

To learn more about OGCI’s work or to collaborate with us please get in touch.


Climate Investment has moved

OGCI Climate Investments is now called Climate Investment and has moved to a new site. OGCI member companies are investors in funds managed by Climate Investment.

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