The Alberta government says it will be doing "damage control" after Opposition leader Jason Kenney’s visit to India.

Trade Minister Deron Bilous says there appears to be confusion in India over who Kenney is speaking for as he meets this week with business and political leaders. Bilous says the province also doesn’t know what’s being discussed or how Kenney is presenting Alberta’s position.

He says Alberta trade representatives will be doing "damage control" by contacting officials who have met with Kenney to make sure that there is no policy confusion.

Kenney and two caucus members are using their own money and United Conservative Party funds for the trip to promote Alberta’s oil industry and express concerns about Indian tariffs on peas and lentils.

In a TV interview with an Indian media outlet, Kenney urges Indians to invest in Alberta, saying the province has a low tax regime and efficient power prices.

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