Google News is now reporting that the Natural Gas Industry Association (NGA) has made its first ever logo for its “natural gas additive” label, which is designed to give the impression of a natural-gas generator.

The new logo features a large natural gas flare that can be used to simulate the look of a gas generator, according to a report from Business Insider.

“The company also said that its logo was a reaction to the growing number of consumers who are finding that natural gas is more economical than coal and natural gas-fired electricity,” the site reports.

“And in its report, the NGA claimed that the company has made an impact on natural gas prices by reducing electricity costs, increasing electricity usage and lowering carbon emissions.”

Natural gas has been on the rise in recent years, with more people using the gas than any other energy source.

The gas is produced by drilling underground and burning natural gas to heat the steam produced by burning fossil fuels.

It’s now expected to reach $2.8 trillion by 2020, according a study from the Energy Information Administration.