Extinction Rebellion blocked vehicles from entering a Shell petrol station in Dundee as part of an ongoing climate change protest.
A worker at the East Marketgait garage said a group of around 15 protesters arrived at 3pm on Sunday, blocking the entrance for an hour while holding banners.
The global environmental group is calling on the fossil fuel industry to wind down the industry and switch to renewables.
The activists are calling on the Scottish and UK Governments to “tell the truth” about the impact of the fossil fuel industry on the climate crisis.
They also demanded politicians act now to decommission oil and gas infrastructure.
The protest came after an Extinction Rebellion rally was held in Dundee’s Slessor Gardens.
Earlier on Sunday, other members of the group blocked the entrance to another Shell garage on Victoria Road in Glasgow for around seven minutes.
The protests are part of a campaign called “Rig Rebellion Two” which is targeting the north-east oil and gas industry over 10 days.
It started with the ‘occupation’ of an oil rig at the Port of Dundee on January 6. Seven people have been arrested and charged in connection with the incident.
A Shell spokesperson said: “We agree that action is needed now on climate change, we fully support the Paris Agreement and the need for society to transition to a lower-carbon future and we’re committed to playing our part.
“As the energy system evolves, so will our business, to provide the mix of products that our customers need and extend the economic and social benefits of energy access to everyone.”