The UK Government has denied the First Minister's claim that Theresa May is not as committed to the future of Port Talbot steelworks as David Cameron was when he was Prime minister.
A spokesperson said the Prime Minister had visited the steelworks in July and that the package of support for a future owner is still available if Tata Steel sells the plant. A consultation on what should happen to the pension liabilities was launched in the summer.
Carwyn Jones criticised Theresa May's approach when he was questioned by an assembly scrutiny committee. He said that there had been no progress on pensions since Theresa May became Prime Minister and that although the situation at Tata had improved, Port Talbot "wasn't out of the woods".
Mr Jones called on the Chancellor in his autumn statement to do something about energy prices in his autumn statement next week. He said that steel industry in Wales is paying 46% more for its energy than in some other countries.
The UK government says it has already acted to exempt steel producers and other energy intensive industries from the full price impact of energy and climate change policies.