CEGA Publications

Our bookstore is now available on Amazon!

We are thrilled to announce that the Canadian Energy Geoscience Association (CEGA) has expanded its reach to the digital realm, and now you can find our collection of geoscience publications on Amazon! As a leader in the exploration and dissemination of knowledge in the energy geoscience field, we are excited to offer our valuable resources to a broader audience of geoscientists, researchers, students, and industry professionals.

Our Amazon collection includes:

Go Take a Hike

How Old is That Mountain?
By: Chris Yorath

Operation Bow – Athabasca
By: Ben Gadd with contributions by Ray Price, Roger Macqueen, and Rick Green

Field Notes – The Story of the Canadian Society of Petroleum Geologists 1927-2002
By: David Finch

Closing the Gap: Advances in Applied Geomodeling for Hydrocarbon Reservoirs
Edited by David Garner, Damien Thenin,& Clayton V. Deutsch

Gas Shale of the Horn River Basin
By: Dale A. Leckie and Jim E. Barclay

Carboniferous and Permian of the World: XIV ICCP Proceedings
By and E. Wayne Bamber Len V. Hills, Charles M. Henderson

Special Publications

CEGA’s digital archive of special publications and memoirs can be found for sale on the AAPG Datapages website.

These publications are valuable resources in the field of petroleum geology and related disciplines, featuring cutting-edge research, case studies, and contributions from industry experts, academics, and researchers.

The CEGA Special Publications cover a wide range of topic related to the exploration, production, and understanding of petroleum reservoirs, geological formations, and associated challenges.

Are you looking for books that are not listed on Amazon?

Our CEGA Store sells the current GeoCalendar.

Atlas 2027

Atlas 2027 represents the mammoth undertaking to renew the classic 1994 Geological Atlas of the Western Canada Sedimentary Basin, published by the Canadian Society of Petroleum Geologists and the Alberta Research Council (predecessors to the Canadian Energy Geoscience Association (CEGA) and the Alberta Geological Survey (AGS)). Like the previous Atlas, this version will take seven years to compile, require support from multiple agencies, and thousands of hours of commitment from hundreds of authors and volunteers.