Company officials say lower earnings were the result of investment losses and other liabilities.
The event, sponsored by the Maine Technology Institute, is expected to draw up to 600 people.
Federal prosecutors alleged the company earned hundreds of millions of dollars illegally for a decade by making trades based on insider information.
Its CEO is out and investors plan to inject $1 billion to help the struggling brand.
Tex Tech Industries is testing 25 to 30 wells in addition to the 22 that they already monitor.
Opponents say the project will be built anyway and won’t add jobs. The company says it needs the deal to stay competitive.
Many organizations are working to change that, through a mix of outreach to employers, training and counseling for jobseekers, and support for technological development.