The newspaper quoted French Defense Minister Jean-Yves Le Drian as saying that the airstrikes were launched outside Raqqa at about two o'clock in the morning local time.
"I received information about the operations against [Daesh] oil facilities that were carried out last night. We must continue the fight against terrorists," Jean-Yves Le Drian said.
The air raids came amid reports that the Russian fighter bombers Su-34 destroyed a building near Raqqa where Daesh commanders had gathered for a meeting, and that the Su-34 also obliterated over 20 trucks used by Daesh for oil trafficking in the north-western Syrian city of Idlib.
Late last month, French Rear Admiral Rene-Jean Crignola said that his country's Air Force carries out up to 20 percent of the international coalition’s airstrikes against Daesh.
France intensified its anti-Daesh campaign in Syria following a series of terrorist attacks in Paris that claimed 130 lives on November 13.
Daesh, also known as the Islamic State or ISIL/ISIS, is a terrorist group which is banned in several countries, including Russia and the United States.