First Minister Carwyn Jones has insisted there was no disagreement in cabinet over plans to "welcome" nuclear submarines to Wales.
Mr Jones was responding to an urgent question by Plaid Cymru AM Rhodri Glyn Thomas on 20 June 2012
Mr Thomas asked the first minister to clarify the Welsh government's efforts to attract Trident nuclear missiles to Milford Haven.
The SNP government in Edinburgh wants a fleet of nuclear-armed submarines to be removed from its base on the west coast of Scotland.
During first minister's questions on Tuesday, Carwyn Jones suggested the nuclear deterrent could come to Milford Haven if forced to look for a home elsewhere.
Milford Haven is a natural deep water port that handles around a fifth of the UK's energy through oil and gas imports.
Rhodri Glyn Thomas AM asked whether a risk assessment had been carried out and added that "oil, gas and nukes [nuclear weapons] do not mix".
Carwyn Jones said he "failed to understand" Mr Thomas' point and said he wanted Wales be be able to compete for any jobs created by moving the nuclear submarines to Wales.
The first minister was pressed by Plaid Cymru AM Elin Jones on whether cabinet had been in agreement over the issue.
But Mr Jones insisted there had been "no disagreement" and that he wanted Wales to be considered as an option for the base.
After the urgent question, a motion to amend standing orders in relation to private bills and miscellaneous amendments was passed.