PostgreSQL 9.4 and below doesn't support importing whole set of tables from a FOREIGN server, but PostgreSQL 9.5 does with the upcoming Import Foreign Schema. To use will require FDW wrapper designers to be aware of this feature and use the plumbing in their wrappers. IMPORT FOREIGN SCHEMA for ogr_fdw come PostgreSQL 9.5 release is on the features ticket list.
UPDATE: If you are using PostgreSQL 9.5+, you can use the IMPORT FOREIGN SCHEMA feature which is available in ogr_fdw 1.0.1+. We demonstrate this in: ogr fdw IMPORT FOREIGN SCHEMA
The ogr_fdw comes with this to die for commandline utility called
ogr_fdw_info that does generate the table structures for you and will also list all the tables in the Foreign data source if you don't give it a specific table name. So with this utility I wrote a little hack involving using PostgreSQL
COPY PROGRAM feature to call out to the
ogr_fdw_info commandline tool to figure out the table names and some DO magic to create the tables.
Though ogr_fdw is designed to be a spatial foreign data wrapper, it's turning out to be a pretty nice non-spatial FDW as well especially for reading spreadsheets which we seem to get a lot of. This hack I am about to demonstrate I am demonstrating with LibreOffice/OpenOffice workbook, but works equally well with Excel workbooks and most any data source that OGR supports.