Energy Minister Sonya Savage will participate in the call, Kenney said.
OPEC has scheduled the emergency meeting, led by Saudi Arabia, where cuts equal to 10% of world supply – about 10 million barrels per day – could be agreed.
A Saudi-Russian price war that started last month has caused a global glut and hammered prices.
“We will keep an open mind,” Kenney said at an unrelated press conference in Edmonton, Alberta. “We cannot have a meaningful impact (alone) on global prices because of our landlocked status, but we are open to playing a role if there’s a larger effort to frankly stop the madness.”
On Thursday, Kenney told Reuters he was open to joining a global agreement to cut oil production.