Could the West be the latest battleground over fracking - the controversial procedure for extracting gas from solid rock.
Protesters around the region have joined demonstrations at Balcombe in West Sussex where it's feared test drilling may be about to take place.
But supporters of fracking say we have nothing to fear from the process.
Our Somerset Correspondent David Woodland reports:
Anti-fracking campaign group No Dash For Gas said they have no plans for a second day of action, although groups of people may protest outside the drilling site in Balcombe, West Sussex.
– Ewa Jasiewicz, No Dash For Gas
Today we are not taking action.
We are having meetings and deciding what to do next. But we will be coming back, it is not a sprint, it's a marathon.
Protesters, including from Somerset, have turned out for a second day of direct action at a drilling site in Balcombe in West Sussex, demonstrating against fracking.
The Green Party MP Caroline Lucas was among more than 30 people arrested when anti-fracking campaigners staged a series of protests around the country on Monday.
A public meeting is being held tonight in Compton Martin to talk about the controversial gas drilling method 'fracking'.
The company UK Methane are looking at the Somerset village as one of two places to test drill for shale gas and coal bed methane extraction.
An opposition group says there are concerns of contamination of land and water.