Questions have been raised over the event taking place in the summer months, when temperatures in the Gulf State could soar to 50 degrees Celsius.
Talk of switching the tournament to the winter has been debated, albeit amid concerns that domestic league fixtures could be severely affected. However, Ogilvie is not overly concerned at this stage.
He said: "First and foremost, we would just be grateful if we qualified. Our aim has got to be to qualify.
"It's a very wide debate and it's not just about football associations.
"You'll find that the professional leagues throughout the world will probably have more say in this than just the associations.
"It's going to affect some of the league programmes but I've always found that things evolve in football.
"If the World Cup is to be played there and it's to be the winter months then leagues will work round the practicalities to ensure that it happens.
"There is plenty of time to overcome any of the perceived issues.
"If you know an issue is coming up in advance then you work round it.
"League programmes over the years have changed dramatically. Issues do come up over the years and you have to work round them.
"If the decision is there, we've all got to work together on getting the best calendar sorted out within domestic leagues.
"All leagues throughout the world have got different issues."
Ogilvie believes any prospect of putting the bid out to tender again is a non-starter.
He said: "The decision has been made and we've got to move on from that.
"The next issue is just making it as best operationally as possible and I know that's what the leagues and associations will be focusing on now."
Ogilvie was speaking at the draw for the third round of the William Hill Scottish Cup at Hampden.
He confirmed the SFA have yet to decide which venue will host the final of the competition, with the national stadium unavailable due to the Commonwealth Games.
He said: "It's currently being considered by the board. There will be a decision fairly soon. It's not finalised at the moment. We will make a decision as early as possible."
Asked if the final will still take place in Glasgow, he added: "That's a fair shout but there is no final decision at the moment."