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.
The owner of SWALEC, SSE, is to freeze household gas and electricity prices.
The group is also carrying out a "legal separation" of its wholesale arm - which includes energy production and storage - from its retail division which sells energy to homes and businesses.
The announcements come as SSE says it's shedding 500 jobs as part of a cost-cutting programme.
A new scheme is being trialled in communities across Wales to get training and job opportunities for people in homes where no one works.
Up to 5,000 of the long term unemployed could benefit. Today some members of a pilot project have told how the scheme has already changed their lives. Sarah Hibbard reports
South Wales Fire and Rescue Service is among the organisations taking part in the 'Lift' programme. A six-week pilot has been running at Tredegar Fire Station involving unemployed people aged between 17 and 29.
– Jeff Cuthbert, Communities & Tackling Poverty Minister
We have a clear aim of helping some of the most hard to reach people in our society to find work and improve their life chances. These are often individuals who for a long time have not been in any form of employment or training. Some may have a long history of unemployment in their family. We will provide one-to-one advice and help through our new Lift employment brokers to make sure we are doing all we can to find the right opportunities."
Households in Wales where no adult is working are to be offered work and training under a new scheme launched today.
A programme introduced by the Welsh Government will provide 5,000 opportunities as part of its plan to tackle poverty in Wales.
The scheme is not aimed at those who are temporarily out of work, but will focus on those who face the greatest barriers to becoming employed and may have spent more than six months out of work or training.
The First Minister has repeated his insistence that the UK Government should pay for the electrification of the South Wales Valleys Lines. Opponents and ministers in London say there was an agreement on sharing the costs.
But during First Minister's Questions in the Senedd, Carwyn Jones said comments by senior UK Government figures amounted to promises to pay the full bill.
One hundred and twenty jobs are to be created at the former Rowecord site in Newport, with steel company AIC Steel investing in a new manufacturing facility in the area.
The Rowecord plant went into administration in April 2013, making 430 people redundant. Some of those to be employed by AIC will be those who lost their jobs last year:
– Michael Treacy, CEO of AIC Steel UK
We chose Newport as our manufacturing hub as it has a culture thats supports heavy industry and a skilled local workforce. There is a good supplier infrastructure in south Wales that we can tap into, and the port will be integral to our export activity"
International structural steel firm AIC Steel Group has announced it's to open its first UK manufacturing facility on the site of the former Rowecord plant in Newport.
It's believed the investment will create 120 jobs. Carole Green reports.
A cash shortfall for the Circuit of Wales near Ebbw Vale could be made up by EU funding, says Wales MEP Derek Vaughan. He says there is more two billions pounds allocated for exactly this kind of project - and it could lead to further regeneration in the area
The discovery of new drugs and development of new treatments will form the basis for a new science network launching today. One of three, the life sciences and health network, based at Cardiff University will work on areas that have unmet medical need.
Another area to be looked at will be the growing needs of society, such as the need for food. The network will carry out research into the relationships between land, water, the provision of food and energy production.
The network is one of three Ser Cymru National Research Networks for Wales launching today. They are funded by £7m from the Welsh Government and are designed attract more scientific research business to the country.