As the first fracking operation is approved in the UK for five years - residents in Wiltshire are less than sure about the practice.
Four licences have been awarded for fracking exploration in the county.
It makes up a huge square which covers towns like Trowbridge and Westbury, with the four areas meeting just near the Westbury white horse.
The anti-fracking campaign leader, The anti-fracking campaign leader, Bill Jarvis from 'Keep Wiltshire Frack Free', says people should be worried.
Fracking is when the earth's bedrock is fractured by injecting sand, water and chemicals to release tiny pockets of gas.
Our Wiltshire correspondent Robert Murphy explains how it works:
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Experts who have studied fracking say that the UK will have stricter guidelines than the USA.
This picture from an anti-fracking campaign in America say this type of thing could happen if the controversial practice goes ahead.
The fracking industry disagrees.
ITV West Country contacted the company that has been awarded the licences to explore for fracking locations in Wiltshire- South Western Energy, which is based in Bridgend in South Wales.
But, they appear to have no phone number, and no website. They do have an email address, but nobody from the company replied to our questions.
No planning applications have been made for exploration work in Wiltshire yet.
But the Government is offering big inducements for firms to frack. Campaigners are waiting for the next move.