Post-Combustion CCS is a form of carbon capture technology whereby carbon dioxide is captured from a power station's flue gas following the combustion of a fossil fuel.
The process features an amine solution that effectively absorbs the carbon dioxide, which can then be compressed and turned into a liquid ready for storage.
It is arguably the most advanced form of CCS technology and has been successfully trialled at a number of sites around the world.
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