Roughly two-thirds (so about 66%) of the world’s oil comes from the Middle East, according to this 2007 article from the Independent.
The other answer’s reference indicates correctly that two-thirds of the world’s oil reserves are in the middle east. That is not the same as production (which I infer the questioner seeks when asking for oil that comes from the middle east), and the correct amount for production (2010) is 25.5 million barrels per day from the middle east, of a total of 86.8 million b/d, or 29%.
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