Spot gold was up 0.05% at $1,227.89 an ounce
The field had been producing 75,000 bpd in early March before output was halted due to fighting around the oil ports of Es Sider and Ras Lanuf.
European shares powered ahead on Thursday as earnings, economic data and politics aligned to boost the market to further highs.
Qatar National Bank planned to apply for an investment banking licence in Saudi Arabia.
The central bank said consumer spending continued to be solid, business investment had firmed and inflation has been "running close" to the Fed's target.
Wall Street ended slightly lower after the U.S. Federal Reserve held interest rates unchanged and investors digested another heavy round of earnings reports. Roselle Chen reports.
A Macron victory would likely produce a rally in French government bonds, while a Le Pen victory is probably the worst scenario.
Changes in the global political climate have resulted in increasing uncertainty in trading markets and economies around the world. For investors, this could be either a great time to invest in assets or a better time to protect their net worth.