No arrests were made at the Clydebank site of climate protests today, although 11 campaigners were placed in cuffs elsewhere.

Activists from This is Rigged targeted the Nustar Clydebank oil terminal in a bid to “shut down the Scottish oil industry”.

They also set up a blockade at Ineos refinery in Grangemouth, in what was thought to be a larger demo than in Clydebank.

In a post on Facebook, Argyll & West Dunbartonshire cops said several people were arrested at the Grangemouth site with no mention of any in Clydebank.

The post read: "We are aware of a number of protestors at the Road Tanker Terminal at the INEOS site in Grangemouth.

Clydebank Post: Seven people were arrested at a similar demo in GrangemouthSeven people were arrested at a similar demo in Grangemouth (Image: Gordon Terris)

"There is also a small group gathered at the oil terminal at Rothsay Dock, Clydebank.

"Officers are in attendance."

Earlier, the Clydebank Post reported how This is Rigged claim they wouldn't stop until all new oil licences in Scotland were stopped.

A post just after 8am in the morning read: "Grangemouth supplies 90% of Scotland’s oil. We have stopped oil leaving this site, as well as Nustar Terminal in Clydebank. We have no plans to stop.

Clydebank Post: Protestors climbed on oil drumsProtestors climbed on oil drums (Image: Gordon Terris)

“Groups of people are currently occupying pipework and a fuel silo and blockading terminal gates, while another group has immobilised a car park full of tankers at the Grangemouth facility. No fuel can leave the sites while they are occupied.

“The action is the first in a sustained series of actions, in which the group has vowed to shut down the Scottish oil industry.”

Clydebank Post: The group aimed to 'shut down Scotland's oil industry'The group aimed to 'shut down Scotland's oil industry' (Image: Gordon Terris)