Pre-Combustion Carbon Capture and Storage (CCS) is a form of carbon capture whereby the carbon dioxide is stripped from coal prior to it being burnt.
Under the process, the fossil fuel is oxidised to create a syngas from which the CO2 is captured, leaving only hydrogen that can be used as a fuel.
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