Tensions Rise In The World’s Most Strategic Oil Chokepoint by Reuters
The Strait of Hormuz is the highway for nearly a fifth of the world’s oil. But it’s located in the volatile region of the Middle East. Subsequently tankers using the route have been attacked, most recently by Iran's Revolutionary Guards disrupting global oil trade. Reuters graphics examined how military, political and economic consequences of conflict affect oil in the region.
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CreditsSamuel Granados, Lea Desrayaud, Wen Foo and Michael Ovaska at Reuters Graphics