Washington — Former U.S. Sen. Mary Landrieu, D-New Orleans, has signed her first deal with a client in her new career as a D.C. lobbyist, The Hill reports.

Landrieu, defeated in 2014 in her bid for a fourth term in the Senate, will work to revive a moribund “clean coal” project that lost its federal funding.

Landrieu is barred from lobbying Congress for two years after leaving office, but she may lobby the administration.