Sajid Javid will be in Brussels for talks on Monday to discuss the global overproduction of steel.
The Business Secretary will hold talks in the Belgian capital with counterparts from China, India and 27 other nations to "seek solutions to the overcapacity crisis".
Tata Steel, the Indian-owned conglomerate, announced it was putting its UK assets - including the Port Talbot plant - up for sale in March after prices were hit by China "dumping" steel on the global market.
Business Secretary Sajid Javid has said that he has been in touch with potential buyers of Port Talbot and maintained that the government is ready to help.
Government involvement includes the possibility of co-investing with a buyer by providing loans on commercial terms, or by taking a minority stake in the plant.
Mr Javid’s comments come after Tata Steel confirmed a deal to sell its Long Products Europe business, including its Scunthorpe plant, to Greybull Capital.
ITV News Political Correspondent Carl Dinnen reports:
The Government could look at the possibility of co-investing with a steel buyer "on commercial terms", the business secretary told the Commons.
Sajid Javid said the "Government stands ready to help" as he addressed the Commons.
I've been in contact with potential buyers, making clear that the government stands ready to help. This includes looking at the possibility of co-investing with a buyer on commercial terms.
Extraordinary that a Tory government is contemplating partial nationalisation of Port Talbot - or what it euphemistically calls co-investing
Sajid Javid earlier called the sale - which will save 4,400 jobs - "a step in the right direction for the long-term future of British steel manufacturing in Scunthorpe."
He said he worked relentlessly to convince Tata not to close Port Talbot.
Sajid Javid's live statement has now ended.
Sajid Javid told steelworkers and unions at Port Talbot that Tata Steel will allow a "reasonable amount of time" before a sale is completed.Read the full story ›
Tata Steel intend to formally launch the sale by Monday, the business secretary said.
Sajid Javid met with the chairman of Tata Steel today in Mumbai as he attempts to find a solution to the collapse of the UK steel industry.
Javid said the UK government "will do everything it can to support a serious buyer in every way we can to secure a long term future of this industry".
Tata have not set a timeframe for the sales process, Javid added, but the company will allow a "reasonable amount of time".
Sajid Javid will hold talks with Cyrus Mistry to discuss details of the sales process for the firm's UK steel operations.Read the full story ›
The business secretary Sajid Javid has said "progress is being made" in talks with Tata steel executives.
Attempts are being made to find a buyer for the firm's Port Talbot plant as well as other UK assets, with thousands of jobs at risk.
Just held productive meeting with senior Tata executives to discuss UK #steel sales process. Progress is being made
Union leaders met today for emergency talks, and have called on the government to step in to protect the Port Talbot plant whilst a buyer is sought.
Business Secretary Sajid Javid is leading a delegation to Jordan to encourage stronger links with the UK.
Mr Javid will visit an area hosting Syrian businesses to explore their investment potential and representatives from firms including Mott MacDonald, JCB and George by Asda will join him on the trip.
He said: "It is obvious that Jordan faces significant regional uncertainty but by building greater business connections and strengthening the economic ties between our two countries we can help to bring economic and national security.
"I am excited to be here with some great businesses looking at the growing opportunities in Jordan and meeting the future of Jordan's small business community."
No decisions have been made over a potential Charter Review of the BBC, a spokesman for the Department for Culture, Media and Sport has said, after the new Culture Secretary said the organisation faces a review of "everything".
Sajid Javid said plans for the process of renewing the charter, which expires in December 2016, were being worked on.
A spokesman said: "No decisions have been made as to the content of the Charter Review. All aspects of the BBC could be within scope but no decisions will be made until the Charter Review process begins".