Why This Narrow Strait Next to Iran Is So Critical to the World’s Oil Supply
Twenty percent of the global oil supply flows past Iran through the Strait of Hormuz.
The New York Times
20% of the global oil supply flows through the Strait of Hormuz, a shipping channel near Iran that's barely 2 miles wide. With tensions rising after 6 tanker attacks since May, any disruptions could be felt in India, China and dozens of other countries.
Vargas. El Vargas.
The spice must flow.