The Strait of Hormuz /hɔːrˈmuːz/ Persian: تنگه هرمز Tangeh-ye Hormoz
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The narrow Strait of Hormuz is considered one of the most, if not the most
strategic strait of water on the planet. Through its waters, in giant ocean-going
May 1, 2015 ... The Strait of Hormuz, the slender waterway that connects the Persian Gulf to the
rest of the world and is a critical conduit in the global oil supply ...
The most economically devastating of Iran's potential responses would be
closure of the Strait of Hormuz. According to open-source order of battle data, as
Iran's navy warned a U.S. warship on Wednesday to leave waters near the Strait
of Hormuz where the Iranians were testing submarines, destroyers and missile ...
The Strait of Hormuz connects the Persian Gulf with the Arabian Sea and has
been the focus of potential conflict between competing regional and international
Apr 30, 2015 ... The U.S. Navy has begun accompanying American-flagged ships in the Strait of
Hormuz, defense officials said on Thursday, in response to ...
Over 90 percent of oil exports from the Persian Gulf pass through the Strait of
Hormuz, a vital sea passage only 30 miles wide at its narrowest point.
Twenty percent of oil traded worldwide moves by tanker through the Strait of
Hormuz, the world's most important petroleum transit choke point. In 2011, Saudi
Strait between Persian Gulf and Gulf of Oman. MAP. Article in the LookLex /