What is the world's primary oil chokepoint?

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The Strait of Hormuz is a strait between the Persian Gulf and the Gulf of Oman. About 35% of all maritime-traded petroleum passes through the strait, making it the world's primary oil chokepoint. It is able to accommodate the largest oil tankers in the world.
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