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A project proves that millions of tons of the sequestered gas can be safely monitored.
An Alberta project will transform coal deep beneath the ground into gas.
The president of NRDC points to a growing investment by China in energy technologies.
The United States and China are both focusing on technologies to clean up coal power.
Turning coal seams into underground gasification chambers could cut costs and pollution—if done right.
Process could capture carbon more cheaply.