The Clean Air Task Force (CATF) has released a report entitled, “Coal Without Carbon: An Investment Plan for Federal Action.” The study “examines several technologies for CCS that are not currently receiving adequate development support.” One of the most significant technologies considered is the gasification of coal in wet seams deep underground, which would allow the resulting gaseous fuel to be extracted. The CATF received help on the report from experts at MIT, Tufts University, and the Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory. It is broken down into four chapters: underground coal gasification, next generation coal gasification, advanced technologies for post combustion capture and research, development and deployment.