"I don't know that that's going to be presented in any formal way ... as part of the public policy process," Energy Secretary Dan Brouillette told Bloomberg.
Texas oil regulator Ryan Sitton said OPEC Secretary-General Mohammad Barkindo was "kind enough to invite me to the next OPEC meeting in June."
The Texas oil and gas regulator, the Texas Railroad Commission, imposed production limits on producers in the 1930s to try to prop up prices and later was a model for the creation of OPEC.
Analysts saw the rebound as a brief reprieve, anticipating additional weakness as the coronavirus outbreak takes its toll on global oil demand.
The Trump administration is considering a diplomatic push to get Saudi Arabia to close its taps and using the threat of sanctions on Russia to force them to reduce output, the Wall Street Journal reported.
President urged to embargo oil from OPEC and Russia.
Oil prices bounced nearly 7% on March 19 after a three-day selloff drove them to their lowest in almost two decades as demand plummeted due to the coronavirus and supplies surged in a fight for market share between Russia and Saudi Arabia.