Who We Are

BOGA is co-chaired by the governments of Denmark and Costa Rica.

The Beyond Oil and Gas Alliance (BOGA) is an international coalition of governments and stakeholders working together to facilitate the managed phase-out of oil and gas production. Led by the governments of Denmark and Costa Rica, the coalition aims to elevate the issue of oil and gas production phase-out in international climate dialogues, mobilize action and commitments, and create an international community of practice on this issue.

Members

CORE MEMBERS

DENMARK

COSTA RICA

FRANCE

GREENLAND

IRELAND

QUEBEC

SWEDEN

WALES

ASSOCIATE MEMBERS

CALIFORNIA

NEW ZEALAND

PORTUGAL

FRIENDS OF BOGA

ITALY

SUPPORTERS INCLUDE

Join The Alliance

All parties involved with BOGA must sign the BOGA declaration, and are then placed at one of three membership levels

Core Members

Core members of BOGA commit to end new concessions, licensing or leasing rounds for oil and gas production and exploration and to set a Paris-aligned date for ending oil and gas production and exploration on the territory over which they have jurisdiction.

Associate Members

Associate members of BOGA will have taken significant concrete steps that contribute to the reduction of oil and gas production, for example subsidy reform or an end to international public financial support for oil and gas exploration and production abroad.

Friends of BOGA

Both governments and other partners can become Friends of BOGA by signing up to the BOGA Declaration, which supports a socially just and equitable global transition to align oil and gas production with the objectives of the Paris Agreement, and commits the signatures to work together to facilitate effective measures to this end in line with the Paris Agreement and national climate neutrality targets.

We encourage all who are interested to explore opportunities for engagement and invite you to contact the Secretariat.

BOGA Declaration

The BOGA Declaration is a shared commitment between national governments, subnational governments, and other actors to work to limit oil and gas production and extraction and plan for a just, equitable, and managed phase out of existing oil and gas production. By signing, actors indicate their support for BOGA’s goals and theories of change. All actors who wish to become a member of BOGA at any level must sign, with additional steps required for those who wish to become Core or Associate members.