The Welsh and UK governments have said they are "working tirelessly" to find a long-term solution to the steel crisis.
In a joint statement, they said: "This a difficult time for workers in Port Talbot and across the UK.
"During the review process, we remain committed to working with Tata and the unions on a long term sustainable future for British steel making.
“Both the Welsh and UK governments are working tirelessly to look at all viable options to keep a strong British steel industry at the heart of our manufacturing base.”
Executive Chairman of Liberty House, Sanjeev Gupta, says the commodity group could still walk away from the sale.
Sajid Javid told steelworkers and unions at Port Talbot that Tata Steel will allow a "reasonable amount of time" before a sale is completed.
A potential rescuer of Tata Steel, and its massive loss-making Port Talbot plant, has helped me to understand the big issues at stake.