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Energy, Utilities, Oil and Gas

Deploy digital technologies to create new data-driven products quickly, improve asset performance and health and safety compliance, and manage complex infrastructure amid growing demand.

Many of the world’s largest energy and utility companies entrust DXC to manage and modernise mission-critical systems, while also integrating new digital solutions to produce better outcomes. DXC is helping IT organisations provide safe, secure and reliable networks, efficient operations, timely and relevant information and protection from external threats.

Our industry and technology can support you in taking advantage of market opportunities, maintaining a sustainable competitive advantage and evolving and scaling through the ever-changing utility business models.

Accelerate your data-driven journey to enhance your company’s productivity, reduce downtime and drive new revenue opportunities.

2 of the 3
largest utility providers in the world rely on technology services from DXC
2 of the top 5
largest oil and gas companies in the world chose DXC to deliver technology services
One of the top 5
refining operators in the world partners with DXC to improve reliability and availability of critical IT systems

“This technology journey from the old world to the new world — I’ve never done it before. I am designing everything from scratch. And at that point, having friends and partners like DXC Technology who’ve already been there, seen it and done it, is invaluable.”

Damian Bunyan
Chief Information Officer

Uniper transforms into a digitised company through IT modernisation, co-innovation and co-creation

DXC helped energy firm Uniper modernize with a wide array of services including cloud and security services, workplace services, application management and robotic process automation.

Bayernwerk AG deploys cloud-based integration platform to expand services, reduce time to market

Bayernwerk AG developed an innovative cloud-based business integration platform that supports the delivery of new digital services in a matter of days

HanseWerk helps customers improve energy efficiency with smart metering solution

DXC software engineers and German utility HanseWerk launched an intelligent energy monitoring system that tracks usage and detects unintended consumption.


Business Process Outsourcing

Reinvent business processes, increase efficiency and improve the customer experience with a flexible, scalable platform backed by a team of BPO domain experts.

Analytics and Engineering

Redefine how your company generates and delivers power using real-time data and predictive maintenance solutions. Apply agile engineering, UX and UI design, artificial intelligence, machine learning and advanced analytics.


Accelerate productivity, drive operational resiliency and maintain business continuity through modernised applications, enabling your agility to meet changing regulations and future market demands.


Protect critical information and infrastructure with a disciplined approach. Stay ahead of adversaries, build resilience into your operations and become secure to the core.


Generate and deliver energy more efficiently and cost effectively by embracing a modern operating model that emphasises hybrid and multicloud integration and continuous optimisation.

IT Outsourcing

Deploy reliable, optimized and secure mission-critical systems at lower cost. We manage and simplify your existing infrastructure investments and provide a way forward to modernize IT.

Modern Workplace

Enable real-time, remote collaboration between field technicians and experts without the need for your skilled workforce to be on site by using next-generation tools and technologies.

Q&A: How technology is helping energy suppliers light the path to a green future

DXC Technology’s Khaled Popal, partner and practice leader for Energy and Utilities in the EMEA region, shares some insights on how advanced smart technologies and digital IT services will be help future market players light the path to a green future.

The European Green Deal’s impact on energy and utilities

The Green Deal is a breakthrough policy. If successful it will create disruptive scenarios and push legacy energy and utilities players to adopt new business models.

Securing the water sector's critical national infrastructure

Now, more than ever, water companies need to consider how they would deliver services in the event of a major cyber disruption. Automation, data hacking and more sophisticated cyber threat groups are on the rise.