Murco has denied rumours the refinery will close and says it is working with a potential buyer who wants to run the site as a business.
Opponents say that offshore power and Wylfa Newydd's power could instead be piped under the sea - the most costly option.
With exactly half the seats in the Assembly, Labour needs at least one of the other parties to support its budget or abstain.
A boat building ship repair business based in Pembroke Dock has told ITV News they are at risk of going into administration.
Mustang Marine currently employs around 130 people.
"The reality is that we had to make a difficult and stressful announcement today around the fact the business may go into administration" said interim managing director Stewart Graves.
"We are trying to find a rescue package, but it is possible that the company could go into administration later this week".
Three explosive devices, thought to be unexploded wartime bombs, have been discovered at the site of a wind farm development off the north Wales coast.
A 250-metre exclusion zone is in place around the site of the bombs at the Gwynt y Môr Offshore Wind Farm.
The firm says construction work is continuing while the operation is carried out.
People living on Anglesey have six weeks to voice their views on a new nuclear power station being built on the island.
The project is expected to create around a thousand permanent jobs and as many as 6,000 during construction - but there is opposition to the plans.
Anglesey Council are launching a consultation today on the new nuclear power station to be built on the island.
Arthur Owen, Anglesey’s director of sustainable development, says 'a new nuclear build would bring many challenges and significant economic opportunities.'
Those living locally are urged to have their say on the project.
It's estimated that the new nuclear station will create around 1,000 permanent jobs once it is complete.
The construction phase could lead to as many as 6,000 jobs.
Tata Steel's Glenn Perry says progress is being made between residents and the company over the issue of pollution.
Port Talbot residents have been looking over plans from Tata Steel for a new power generator. Plans are on show at the Taibach Community Centre.
Tata steel will hold discussions today over a new power generator that their looking to build on the existing site at Port Talbot.
Over the coming weeks the company will be giving local people the chance have their say on the scheme.
Although a separate issue, today's discussions will also give residents the opportunity to raise their concerns over ongoing pollution issues in the area.
The trade union Unite is looking into the possibility of a rescue package to help save jobs at Dobson & Crowther, the printing company in Llangollen, where thirty workers face redundancy.
Unite has already contacted AM Ken Skates, deputy minister for skills and technology, about the need for a package to assist Llangollen's largest employer.
– Tony Brady, Unite Regional Officer
“This area can’t afford to lose these jobs and it is a hammer blow to the local economy...The company has been struggling for some time and in November, the workers agreed to give up 7.3 per cent of their wages to tide the company through its financial problems...The company will lose its biggest contract in April and there is a big question mark over whether the company will be able to afford the enhanced redundancy terms for the workers that have been agreed with Unite.
Paul Connelly is from Rhos Point Sea Sport Centre in Colwyn Bay. He says the weather has meant that they've had to cancel all trips out to sea. He also says people aren't going fishing and so aren't coming in to buy fishing supplies