Alberta’s government could mandate further cuts to oil production if rising crude supplies and falling prices threaten the survival of drillers in the province. Crude-by-rail shipments are poised to collapse to about 100,000 barrels a day next month from 500,000 barrels a day forecast for March, Alberta Premier Jason Kenney said. While there’s no immediate plan to adjust the province’s program limiting oil output, the government will monitor inventories and step in if storage nears capacity. “We will use the curtailment tool responsibly to ensure at least a survival price for our producers to get through this,” Kenney said.