Environmental activists have begun planning for a five-day climate camp at Mossmorran in the summer.
Dates have been set for Climate Camp Scotland, to be held from July 9 to 14 beside Fife Ethylene Plant and Fife NGL Plant, run by ExxonMobil Chemical and Shell.
Meetings are being held in Edinburgh this week, one on Thursday, to co-ordinate fundraising for the action.
Larger scale group meetings will be held on March 14 and 15, also in the capital, and in Fife on April 25 and 26, to plan the programme of events.
Climate Camp Scotland, which has links with Extinction Rebellion Scotland and Climate Action Scotland, chose the kingdom petrochemical plant for its 2020 demonstration due to the operators being among the world’s largest carbon emitters and in recognition of local action.
The group wants the shutdown of the fossil fuel industry and intends to stage a series of workshops, talks and targeted actions during the camp.
At a camp by Extinction Rebellion Scotland at Holyrood last year protesters blocked major roads by lying down with arms chained together.
The provisional dates for the Mossmorran gathering, which will precede the COP26 United Nations climate change conference in Glasgow in November, were announced ahead of this week’s meetings.
The group said: “In this pivotal moment for the climate, we’re going to take action against the real culprits of climate change – fossil fuel corporations.
“Climate Camp Scotland will be a chance for folks across communities, networks, organisations and movements to share knowledge, get trained and take action against the biggest polluters.
“Scotland’s climate movement has never been so alive – now is the time to come together and do something game-changing.
“We will make camp and take action against the Mossmorran gas plants run by Shell and Exxon in Fife.”
At the Fife meeting, for which a venue has yet to be announced, organisers also intend to meet with local groups.
Fife’s police commander, Chief Superintendent Derek McEwan, has already warned that the event is likely to have a significant impact on resources.